Part of the Android-powered Elements line, which also includes seven and eight-inch models.
Denver-based electronics manufacturer Archos is the latest ambitious firm to enter the tablet space, with high hopes that its Android-powered 'Elements' line will be able to thrive.
The range comprises three high-powered, entry-level devices in seven, eight, and 9.7-inch forms, seemingly an attempt to attract potential buyers of the Kindle Fire, Nexus 7, iPad, and all of those in between.
The Archos 97 Carbon is the same size as Apple's best-selling tablet, and it will be the first of the trio to hit shelves – this month – weighing in at 21.8 ounces with a 0.45-inch depth.
The $249.99 Carbon also sports:
* Ice Cream Sandwich
* 1GHz processor
* 1GB of RAM
* Front and rear camera
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