Archos has officially announced its new product, the FamilyPad 2, successor to the FamilyPad from 13 ″ we mentioned in a previous article announced in November last year and released a month later.
Unlike the first series, Archos has decided to use their own brand instead of by Arnova.
Anyway, the FamilyPad 2 distinguishes itself from its predecessor to the screen much bigger:13.3 ″ with a resolution 1280 x 800 comes in. The CPU that we find on board is a ARM Cortex-A9 dual core 1.6 GHZ quad-core with a GPU graphics, the old model had a A8 single-core 1 GHz. Nothing new on the supplied RAM always stopped at 1 GB and also to that ofstorage from 8 GB , a slot for microSD, 2MP camera (front and back) and of course Wi-Fi.
About the OS, the FamilyPad 2 door 4.1 Android Jelly Bean for a product that fits 337 x 230 x 11.6 mm and weighs 1.3 Kg. Probably in the package you will find the small stand you see in the picture.
The price for Europe is 299 € while still was not disclosed how much it will cost to Anglo-Saxons and the Americans. Then the same figure asked for FamilyPad 1 this Christmas to a far superior product, at least as regards the size of the screen.
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