archos logo LUDO G10 is Archos next 1080p budget tablet?

Archos’ next budget Android slate may come with a full 1920 x 1080 HD screen, and well, that’s pretty darn good for a “budget” tablet.  The France-based consumer electronics firm has been competing with the likes of Asus and Apple in the growing tablet market, and Archos’ "LUDO G10" may help the firm gain some spotlight among the fierce competitors. 
 

Archos’ next budget Android slate may come with a full 1920 x 1080 HD screen, and well, that’s pretty darn good for a “budget” tablet.  The France-based consumer electronics firm has been competing with the likes of Asus and Apple in the growing tablet market, and Archos’ "LUDO G10" may help the firm gain some spotlight among the fierce competitors.

In a recent benchmark, a device labeled “Archos Ludog10” (LUDO G10) was listed as a 1920 x 1080 device, and as far as budget tablets go, it doesn’t make much sense to pair a full HD screen with outdated/underpowered hardware.

Although it’s unconfirmed, Archos is rumored to adopt Texas Instruments' latest OMAP 4470 dual core chips clocked at 1.8GHz, and the PowerVR SGX554 GPU in the near future. 

Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chip may be the big shot in the high-end Android tablet market, but a budget slate featuring a 1.8GHz dual core is no joke—especially, if it’s paired with a full HD screen and a high performance multi-pipe SGX554 GPU

In the same benchmark, the LUDO G10 boasts Android 4.0.4 ICS, but Jelly Bean may actually be the device’s OS of choice once it becomes consumer-ready. 

The LUDO G10 may be Archos’ next best budget slate, or it can be the firm’s transition into the high-end sector.  Here’s to hoping that Archos will deliver an amazing OMAP 4470 full HD slate for under $400.