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Archos has recently unveiled their cool 10-inch Gen 10 Tablet, XS 101 with a magnetic ‘coverboard’ for $400.The Archos 101 XS just unveiled with a bevy of attractive features for a budget-friendly tablet. The Ice Cream Sandwich-powered, 10-inch slate will land in November for $400 with a detachable, full QWERTY keyboard dock, dubbed the “coverboard,” that connects to the tablet magnetically. The coverboard notably boasts keys for Home, Recently Opened, etc., so Android OS browsing is more streamlined. The tablet further features support for Micro USB, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0, and it includes a 1,280-by-800-pixel display, 16GB of internal storage, 1.3-megapixel 720p front-facing camera,…

Google plus HTC launched the first Nexus smartphone named Nexus One in 2010, and since then, have not teamed up for whichever device.However, a fresh report emerging from Taiwan assertions that Google plus HTC might again be seen launching a device, and this period it could be a 10-inch Nexus tablet, supposed to be named Nexus 10. DigiTimes, in a report quoting industry sources, rights that HTC will together launch the next-generation of Nexus 10 tablet with Google, however the report does not mention a exact release time. There is also no word on the entrails of the Nexus 10…