Nope, the Archos 70 wasn’t the death of the good (or not so good) ol’ Archos 7 Home Tablet, apparently. The manufacturer has just let revision 2 of the Archos 7 loose, and while it’s still got a resistive touchscreen (ugh), its CPU has been upgraded to an 800 MHz Rockchip processor (the older model was powered by a 600 MHz chip), and it now comes with Android 2.1 (as opposed to Android 1.6 on the original).
Expansys will sell you the device for $194.99, though it’s currently out of stock and is said to be shipping within 5-10 days. A decent price for a tablet of this size, even if its user experience will probably be a lot less decent.
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