Made with the French Archos, their strength is not in the photographic qualities nor in the technical specifications, but in the price
They arrive in Italy in time for the summer two new cheap tablets to be taken on holiday without too many worries: the French Archos and Kodak, formerly a giant in the world of analog photography, have been taking them for a number of years, trying to find their place in the digital world.
Simply called Kodak Tablet 7 and Kotak Tablet 10, the gadgets are tablets with modest features, with 7 and 10.1-inch displays of 1024 x 600 pixel resolution the first and 1280 x 800 the other. Inside it works a Mediatek MTK8321 processor paired with 1GB of RAM and 16 and 32GB of storage for storage, expandable via microSD cards.
Unlike what was done with the Kodak Ektra smartphone, the two tablets have no particular cameras, but two normal 8 and 2 megapixel units.
The presence of the historic US brand stands out in the design of the products, complete with logo and yellow color that characterizes the body, and in the presence of apps dedicated to the modification and improvement of photographic shots.
On both the operating system Android updated to Nougat version and the 2500 and 6000 mAh batteries should be able to guarantee a good level of autonomy, but the strong point of the gadgets is the price: available from the end of June to 99 and 149 euros, may prove to be viable alternatives to engage in books, videos and small productivity away from the computer.