Archos 1.5GHz G9 Turbo tablets now shipping

Archos 1.5GHz G9 Turbo tablets now shipping

Just a quick heads up that Archos has begun shipping their Turbo editions of the G9 series of tablets.  Available in either 8-inch or 10-inch models, you also get to choose between 8GB or 250GB of storage.  Price start as low as $269.99 for the (8GB) 80 G9 and go up to $389.99 for the (250GB) 101 G9.  Other than that, the specs are pretty much the same across the board and include the following:

  • Dual-core processors running 1.5GHz
  • Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ with Google’s suite of Android Applications
  • Full Access to Google Play: Your music, books, movies, apps and games in one place
  • Forward Facing Video Camera: Film your fun moments and share them instantly with the 720p forward facing camera
  • HDMI Output: Play out your favorite videos on a large screen TV with the HDMI out connection
  • WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR connectivity
80 G9 features 8-inch 1024 x 768, prices starting at $269.99:

101 G9 features 10-inch 1280 x 800 display, prices starting at $329.99:

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  1. I wish ICS was shipping to to the customers who bought the earlier tablets. We still have to work with Android 2.2, a phone OS on a tablet! When will Archos give us tablet software?
    Disappointed in the Archos updates too?

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