Kodak and Archos have announced new tablets, the Kodak Tablet 7 and Kodak Tablet 10 models. These are devices that offer 3G and WiFi connectivity, above average cameras and entry level specs. Both devices share similar specs, aside from diagonal and battery of course.

They both run on Android Nougat and come with plastic black or yellow shells. Inside we find quad core MediaTek processors, 1 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage. Obviously, there’s also a microSD card slot in the mix. The 7 inch screen offers a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, while the 10 inch one offers a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution.

They also share an 8 megapixel back shooter which is supposed to offer above average picture quality, as well as a 2 MP front shooter. The 7 inch slate has a 2500 mAh battery, while the 10 inch one has a 6000 mAh battery. Kodak Tablet 7 has a 10.6 mm waistline and weighs 260 grams, while Kodak Tablet 10 weighs 500 grams and measures 10.1 mm in thickness.

GPS, USB OTG, WiFi and Bluetooth are also available. Kodak preloaded the PHOTOBOX app on the devices, offering 50 free prints for photo passionates. The 7 incher comes to Europe this month, at 99 euros ($110) and the 10 incher at 149 euros ($166).

  • Peter Lydyard

    Does anyone know where the Archos/Kodak tablets are manufactured or assembled? I run a european project that allows only equipment made or assembled in europe to be purchased. Thanks.