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BT customers are being given the opportunity to get their hands on a discount Archos Arnova media tablet.

The Archos Arnova 7f G3 - 4GB 7" device, which runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, is available to BT customers for just £94.99.

With a 1Ghz processor, capacitive multi-touch screen, 1GB RAM, and front camera, BT says the tablet offers elegance and efficiency combined.

Other features of the handheld computer include a built-in speaker, and expandable storage via a micro USB slot.

"With its 7'' ultra-portable design and its powerful features, ARNOVA 7f G3 will become your daily companion," BT claims.

"Whether you want to check your emails, watch an HD movie, share you photos with your friends or simply search something on the internet, the ARNOVA 7f G3 will meet your needs."

The broadband provider adds that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system combines beauty, simplicity and purpose "to create a magical experience that is effortless and powerful".

BT explains that, with the Archos Arnova, multitasking "has never been easier", with users able to switch between their apps at the flick of a finger.

"Thanks to the intelligent processing of Android and the powerful processor of your Arnova even with dozens of open web pages or flash videos, your Arnova 7f G3 can handle it with ease," the firm adds.

BT notes that the tablet is "the perfect product for browsing the web" via the integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi - with consumers able to take advantage of wireless broadband services.

"Thanks to the 800 x 480 pixel wide screen, there's no need to zoom in and out as web pages will be displayed at their full width on the ARNOVA 7f G3," it adds.

"With Flash 11 support you can experience the full web with flash games and videos."

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