Since the tablet boom began we have seen them of all sizes and colors, but in recent months we are witnessing a great specialization by companies that seek to attract a particular user niche. Not long ago we brought you Earl, the tablet designed for life in the countryside, and now Archos presents the ChefPad, which, as the name implies, It is designed for those who feel more comfortable in the kitchen.
The Archos ChefPad is a 9.7-inch tablet, with a screen with a resolution of 1024 × 768, it has a dual-core processor at 1.6 Ghz in conjunction with a Mali 400 GPU and 1 GB of RAM, and all this runs Android 4.1. With regard to internal storage, it has 8 GB but can be increased thanks to the micro SD port. For the cameras, they have opted for two similar ones, both of 2 MP for both the front and the rear. In the connectivity section, it doesn't stand out too much because it only has WiFi as a wireless connection, but at least it has an HDMI port.