Affordable. Better-than-average graphics for Android 2.1. Supports 1080p playback via HDMI output. Comes with case and earbuds.
AppsLib, the Archos-designed apps portal, is the only market available. Touch screen is resistive and not terribly sensitive. File sync is a tedious process.
By PC Mag on February 02, 2011
The $200 Coby Kyros MID7015 Internet Touchscreen Tablet uses a limited version of Android, and lacks the grace and abilities of more advanced (and expensive) tablets. Buy it...40
By About.com on December 02, 2010
What’s the sign that the tablet market has received acceptance as a viable sector? Well, the entry of a budget brand such as Coby is certainly one.Coby waded into the suddenly not-so-calm waters of the tablet pool with its Kyros MID7015 Android...-