Archos provided what amounts to a brief glimpse of their upcoming Gen 10 tablet via their Facebook and Twitter accounts today. In the accompanying text, Archos indicates the launch announcement will occur in three weeks.
The Gen 10 tablet appears to be a step up from the typical Archos hardware and an attempt to break into the high-end segment for tablets.
The new Android tablet from Archos is now powered with the latest Android 2.2 Froyo. This is the new Archos 101 internet tablet, a fancy gadget for you who love new Android gadget. This device comes with an ARM Cortex A8 processor at 1 GHz with DSP feature. This powerful processor is well combined with [...]
When it comes to Android tablets, most come up pretty short when compared to Apple’s iPad. But Archos has unveiled a new tablet that takes Android tablets to a whole new level and offers up real competition in terms of hardware for the iPad.
Motorola is reportedly preparing a ruggedized, seven-inch Andriod tablet, while an Archos division in China has tipped the Archos 7c Home Tablet and an updated capacitive version of the Archos Arnova 10 -- both running Android on the ARM Cortex-A8 Rockhip RK2918 processor. Meanwhile, Amazon is offering a 10-inch, $500 Viewsonic gTablet in a & deal of the day.& ...
Ok i just received the Archos 5 with android internet tablet that i purchased from Amazon, it is not used is brand new, so i opened it up and it wont start! do i have to charge it when is first time out of the box use? well i connected it to the computer with the usb cable and there is a green light. Does it supposed to turn on when is connected to the usb charging? hope is not broken!
Archos announced a seven-inch Android 3.2 (& Honeycomb& ) tablet due to ship in January for under $200. The Archos 70b is equipped with a 1.2GHz processor, and offers a 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, 8GB of storage, HDMI output, and support for Google apps and Android Market, says the company....
If you remember, we previously showed you a brief glimpse of ARCHOS’ new Gen10 tablet earlier this month. Today, ARCHOS has officially unveiled the new Gen10 XS line of tablets which is the successor to last year’s G9 tablets.