We know Archos tablets are already ‘affordable’, but believe it or not, the company is now going to an even cheaper segment with the new Arnova 8 tablet.

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If you’re looking for a tablet, you’ll be pleased to hear that Cherrypal has announced a new tablet named CherryPad America, another to add to your list of potential selections. According to the manufacturer, CherryPad America uses a Samsung ARM11 800MHz processor ((CPU + GPU + DSP, OpenGL 2.0) and it will feature a seven inch display with 800×480 pixel resolution.

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We know that tablets are quite popular nowadays, but all tablets have one major problem – they are too expensive. If you’re looking for an Android tablet, you’d be pleased to hear that Disgo has released a new tablet at an affordable price.

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Motorola just revealed the Motorola Charm Android phone. The phone has a 2.8 inch portrait style touch screen. If you don’t want to touch the phone using the touch screen then you can flip it around as it has a pad on the back, a lot like the Back Flip.

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Motorola has just broken news of a new Milestone Android phone – XT720, a handset designed for those who liked the original Milestone but despised it of its limited camera capabilities. The latest Milestone XT720 will boast an eight megapixel sensor, 720p / 24fps video recording and a first for Android handsets, a xenon flash.

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Acer Stream: New Android smartphone from Acer

On May 31, 2010, in Cell Phones, by Mike Jefferson

Acer is a well-known brand by its great products such as laptops, tablets and other portable devices and it’s really strange that Acer didn’t join the smartphone race earlier. Anyway, Acer has finally unveiled its new smartphone known as the Liquid Stream.

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HTC Legend Android phone reviewed

On March 10, 2010, in Cell Phones, by KLS

Unfortunately, we didn’t do this review, but with a sparkling 3.2-inch AMOLED, five megapixel camera with flash, running on a 600 MHz CPU and Android 2.1 and of course all possible connectivities you can imagine, the HTC Legend has the potential to be an outstanding smartphone.

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It sports a touchscreen rather than a full QWERTY and has pretty much the characteristics of its predecessor, the HTC Hero. However, compared to the Hero, almost every feature and hardware specification has received an upgrade, supposedly making it much less buggy than first generation HTC Android phones.

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