The Archos 70 is a 7-inch Android tablet, priced around $275 for an 8GB model. There's also a 250GB version for an extra $50.
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Like most tablet computers, the Archos 70 isn't much to look at. It's a plastic slab that measures 7.9 inches wide, 4.5 inches tall and a slim .43 inch thick (or .55 for the hard drive model). The dimensions feel nice in the hand and may even fit in a generous-size pocket.
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Compared to the similarly-sized Archos 7 Home Tablet we reviewed in 2010, there's a generous smattering of ports and hardware options on the Archos 70. The power button on the right (shown here on the left), positioned uniquely near the bottom edge along with a slim volume rocker.
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Along the left side you'll find a microSDHC memory expansion slot, headphone jack, power adapter socket, Mini HDMI output, and a Micro-USB port.
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There's an integrated kickstand on the Archos 70, though its all-plastic design is flimsy.