Archos introduces wallet-friendly trio of ‘Platinum’ Android tablets
Archos today introduced a threesome of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet known as the Platinum series. Available in 8-inch, 9.7-inch and 11.6-inch options, each comes with high definition IPS displays, quad-core processors, and 2GB RAM. Additional details include front-HDMI, microSD ports, Google Play support, and dual-cameras.
- The ARCHOS 80 Platinum, an 8” tablet, features a 1024×768 resolution IPS screen and when compared to the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 it is almost twice as fast, has double the RAM and has a back camera for a fraction of the cost. The 80 Platinum will be available in February for $199.
- The ARCHOS 97 Platinum HD, a 9.7” tablet, features a stunning 2048×1536 resolution IPS screen, which is comparable to the Retina display found in the iPad, but is 40% less expensive. The 97 Platinum HD will be available in February for $299.
- The ARCHOS 116 Platinum, an 11.6” tablet, features a 1920×1080 resolution IPS screen, unlike anything currently on the market. The 116 Platinum will be available in April for $349.
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