The Latest of tablets to enter the market is the Archos 70 titanium with the starting price of $119,which clearly states that it will definitely stand up against it competitors, the likes of the Nexus 7 or the Kindle Fire HD .
The Archos 70 Titanium runs on Android 4.1 jelly bean which is disappointing as it’s a version behind the 4.2 Andriod made available on the Nexus 7. This means that the users will not be getting the support for using their multiple accounts which is a feature some people/families would prefer, especially those who’d like to share their devices.
The Archos 70 Titanium is loaded with a 1.6 GHZ processor with quad-core graphics and a 1GB RAM these specifications when compared with the NEXUS 7 they certainly fall behind but they easily beat the Asus Memo Pad which comes with a Single Core Processor adding to that the Archos 70 Titanium comes with a 8GB user accessible storage and a micro-SD slot which has a storage capacity of 32GB , the resolution at 1024×600 which is ofcourse lower than the Nexus 7 uses the same IPS ( in-plane switching) technology .
Archos is certainly not looking to compete with its rivals when you compare the specifications but it’s the price that turns around heads as the price stated above which is the starting price at $119 it makes it look significantly cheaper than the Nexus 7 and the Asus Memo Pad .