Archos, the low-end French smartphone manufacturer has just revealed a new range of Android tablets, concerning the trio of the Neon tablets. All three tablets were brought to our attention due to some updates that the manufacturer`s website has recently included, ranging in sizes and all coming with the same specs inside and featuring on Android Jelly Bean OS. We are talking about the Archos 90 Neon with a 9-inch display, the Archos 97 Neon coming with a 9.7-inch and the top of all, the Archos 101 sporting a 10.1-inch display.
As our sources states, the range of the Neon tablets come with a rather poor display resolutions of only 800×480 for the 90 Neon, 1024×768 for the Archos 97 Neon and a higher 1024×768 for the 101 Neon. The tablets are supported by 1.4 GHz or 1.6GHz Mali 400 quad-core processors.
More than that, the Archos Neon range also shares the same internal memory of 8GB and only 1GB of RAM. As for the tablets` cameras, only the Neon 97 sports a 2MP rear camera, while the other two are equipped with poor cameras in the front and Wi-Fi only.
Other features include a dedicated wireless display streaming, with a pre-installed button that can mirror the display of the tablet into the dedicated HD screen of the wireless display compatible TV.
As for the prices involved, there are no fresh news, but we might expect them to be extremely cheap. A fact in this matter is the last year`s launch of the Titanium 70 tablet range, which came very cheap. We might be thus looking at a price tag of the same as a 16GB iPad Air.