Hi all, I'm new to the boards but I have been browsing for a while for some info. I want to buy an Android Tablet because I need it to view videos, presentations, PDFs and maybe listen to music. Moreover it should be able to read all movies files (mkv and flv included). Not practical to render and converse movies from one format to another. Screen should be crisp, clean and not reflective (matt) The tablet must be 7 inch to be portable and practical to use. Smaller than this makes the viewing experience poor (of watching a movie). Bigger than this kills the purpose of taking it with me. After researching the market I found 2 tablets that suits me fine: Archos 7o Internet Tablet and the Samsung Galaxy Tab. There is a huge price difference and I think I will go for the Archos because I don't want/need a data plan and 3G on the go. Most of the tablets I saw run Android 2.2 or earlier. In your experience will the Archos be upgradeable to the Android 3.0? Is it open source? Does the Honeycomb version of the Android 3.0 require higher specs to be able to run it? I want to keep my options open to benefit from the multitude of application out there. Should I wait for newer versions of Archos? Do you recommend something different? There is a slew of chinese made tablets but I want something that is better build (quality), has a capacitative touch screen that does not bug, has good specs not to slow down and a crisp clear screen. Most chinese brands lack one of those criterias. Thank you for your recommendations.