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Archos outs a new series of tablets: the Neon

Archos will be releasing three tablets in a new line of products called “Neon.”

The three models are the Archos 90 Neon, 97 Neon, and 101 Neon. The model numbers coordinate with the screen sizes of each tablet (9.0”, 9.7” and 10.1”, respectively.)

Based on the specs of the tablets, the Neon line seems to be geared towards the lower end. The 90 is rocking a display with an 800×480 resolution, the 97 with 1024×768, and 101 with 1024×600.

On the software side of things, all three of the Neons will come with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, kind of a letdown, considering that Kit-Kat has been out for a little while.

Under the hood, the 90, 97, and 101 are pretty much identical. All of the models have quad core A9 processors (the 90 and 101 run at 1.4GHZ, the 97 at 1.6GHZ), 1GB RAM, 8GB storage with microSD card slots (up to 64GB) front and rear facing cameras, and of course, WiFi.

The tablets will have access to the Google Play Store, so you can start installing applications right out of the box, should you choose to do so. There hasn’t been any official word on pricing and availability for the Neon line, but considering their specs, don’t expect them to break the bank.

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