The ARCHOS 7 home tablet is a touch screen tablet that's a combination of smartphone and desktop PC. It's great for the home because you have full-page web browsing, yet it is wireless and ultra-portable. The ARCHOS 7 home tablet has a 7" screen with 800 x 480 resolution, two built-in speakers and a virtual keyboard. It connects to your network via WiFi, so it can be used in WiFi hotspots like coffee shops as well.
The ARCHOS 7 home tablet comes with access to the Android App market via the Android AppsLib. You'll be able to download exciting Apps with one click. In minutes you'll be gaming, shopping and communicating via social networks. The ARCHOS 7 does come with some pre-installed Apps including Deezer for Internet radio, eBuddy IM for chatting, Aldiko for downloading ebooks and the Daily Paper App for quick access to your favorite local daily newspaper, along with links to the world's daily papers.
The ARCHOS 7 is also great for sharing photos, watching video and listening to music. You can watch up to 7 hours of video in up to 720p HD resolution. For music, the ARCHOS 7 can play nearly every file type including MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC and AAC. It will play for up to 40 hours before you'll need to recharge the battery. The ARCHOS 7 is great for uploading photos via USB or SDHC card. You can use your tablet for photo slideshows with music or just for sharing recent photos with friends and family.
If you're a social butterfly or have one in the house, you'll be able to roam freely from room to room utilizing services like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Google Talk, etc. The ARCHOS 7 avails your comfort, letting you use the bed or couch to update your status and post comments. You can quickly configure your email and gain access to most email accounts. You can type via the virtual keyboard or you can plug in a real keyboard or mouse via the USB host. The ARCHOS 7 home tablet even has a customizable interface, letting you put everything exactly how you desire. It's portable, adjusts to your needs and fills the void when a PC is too much and a smartphone is just not enough.