There are a few things to consider when determining if an Android tablet is the proper selection for a particular user's computing needs. One such thing to consider is the size. For the user that needs portability and has the concern of space taken up by their computer, tablets are definitely worth considering. Smaller than a laptop, and most often a lot lighter in weight, they are certainly easy to carry and take up a minimal amount of space.
Another concern is cost. The iPad has a rather stout price tag when compared to Androids. While tablet PC's are a somewhat costly item, those running on the Android OS are usually very well priced when compared to their competitors. Androids may have a smaller price when compared to others, but this does mean that they are inferior. They usually come pre-loaded with a good set of apps allowing the user to do a lot of tasks, and if the app the user needs is not on the machine right out of the box, it is likely available from a third-party vendor .
The Archos 70 – 250 GB Internet Tablet, is one of the best android tablets available, and even offers TV output. Android tablets are definitely a wise choice for computer users that want to have both portability and power in one device. An Android tablet will give the user the ability to accomplish many tasks. Android tablets can serve as a personal organizer, an mp3 player, and a movie theater. The Archos 70 gives the user the ability do practically anything they could do from a laptop computer such as surfing the web, checking e-mail, play games, or even reading an e-book all in a convenient sized device.