Archos Diamond Tab aims to sparkle with eight cores for £180
Is the new Archos Diamond Tab a diamond in the rough or just rough? With dual-band Wi-Fi, an octa-core processor and 4G LTE Internet connection on the go, you get quite a lot for the £180 asking price.
The Diamond Tab goes on sale in the UK in October for £180. Global release dates and prices are yet to be confirmed, but a spot of back-of-an-envelope maths shows that price works out at roughly $280 or AU$390.
As well as 4G LTE for faster Web browsing and Internet connection while you're out and about, the Diamond Tab offers dual-band Wi-Fi. So you can connect to the 2.4GHz Wi-Fi that's found almost everywhere, but if you do find yourself a hotspot that offers the less common 5GHz Wi-Fi you can opt for that instead and connect to the Web even faster.
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