Liliputing recently shown out an Archos 5 Internet tablet showing some of its basic and Internet browsing features. A following review from the same site is now available for 4.8-inches wide tablet powered by Google Android with a capacitive 800 x 480-pixels touch-screen display. According to previous report, it was one of the cheapest tablet you can get with no mobile broadband contract and because of this, it is a budget-friendly device for an Android device.
There are hundreds of smart-devices apps available for Archos 5 right now in AppsLib store which are all developed for smartphones and other supporting devices.
For specs recap, the current model handed by Liliputing is powered by ARM Cortex-A8 processor at 800MHz, a 32GB solid-state drive storage, with a 256GB of memory, and the most important thing I used to look for an ultra-portable devices, a typical 802.11b/g/n connectivity. In addition, it is also equipped with USB ports and currently runs an Android 1.6 version as well some of those pre-developed software for the said Internet tablet. Check the following web address below for a full-detailed review of Archos 5: