I provided Michael Arrington founder of TechCrunch with the Archos 5 Internet Tablet at the LeWeb conference in Paris last December, when I convinced Paris-based Archos to provide review units to some of the most influential bloggers at that conference.
Yet, so far it doesn’t seem Michael Arrington has wanted to post any review or any of his impressions of the product on any of his sites.
He did make a video of Michael Dell using a Dell Mini 5 competitor at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland:
It would be interesting to hear if it uses a capacitative 4.8″ touch screen, what the price might be, which version of Android it might use and if Google allows for the full Google Marketplace to be included.
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