Archos ready to announce Gen 10 of Android tablets

Archos ready to announce Gen 10 of Android tablets

Archos has begun teasing their next generation (G10) of Android tablets, having posted an image of one on the company Facebook page.  Without divulging any specs or details, Archos only says, “See you in 3 weeks for launch announcement.”  Presumably getting unveiled at IFA in Berlin, Germany at the end of the month, we’d expect Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or maybe even 4.1 Jelly Bean.  Judging by the image on Facebook, the tablet looks to continue in the line of sleek, premium form factors  Additionally, we can make out what appears to be a dock connector, speakers across the bottom, and power/volume buttons on the right.

Have you ever considered an Archos tablet for yourself?  Why or why not?  Are you intrigued by what could be unveiled later this month?  Let’s hear it below!

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109 Comments

  1. DroidDude
    August 01, 13:56 Reply

    Archos has always been majorly disappointing. Maybe if they got that French labor force in line. But it’s stupid to think anything great’s coming out of there, considering their budget focus.

  2. Frans-Peter van der Leur
    August 01, 14:14 Reply

    It’s only a pity that their after sales is Gen 0 (Zero). The first tablets of early 2011 are still running Android 2.2, Archos refuses to update them.

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