Archos has a new Android tablet for your consideration, the kitchen-themed ChefPad. Rather than a stock Android experience and traditional tablet, this one is designed to stay in one place.
Due in May, these three cost only $99 on the low end and $249 on the high.
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,
Archos launched an Android powered gaming gadget back in August known as the GamePad which was initially made available to UK buyers. Some in the United States were a tad jealous as it
Archos today announced its latest Android device, the Archos TV Connect, an Android 4.1 box for your television. Priced at $129 and arriving in February, the unit brings the full Android 4.1
Archos is a well know brand in USA and in last few years, they have launched a lot of good Android tablets. The last tablet they launched was the Archos
Archos has another new tablet coming, this time in the form of an entry-level Element series 80 Cobalt. Pricing is not yet known for the device however the specs tell
Archos today announced their next Android-powered device, the 7-inch GampePad. Featuring a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, Mali 400MP quad-core GPU, 8GB internal storage, HDMI, microSD, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the device looks
What we liked: Super thin, lightweight, and sexy in white, the Archos 101XS looks beautiful and feels solid in hand. It’s the best effort from the company yet and the optional
Watch out Asus, Archos is gunning for you and your tablet form factor. Today, as expected, Archos introduced its next series of Android tablets in the Gen10 ARCHOS 101 XS.
The next-generation of tablet(s) are due by the end of August.
Earlier in July, Archos launched the Archos 9.7 Carbon Android tablet which is yet another cheap tablet with hardly mind blowing specs. However, now the tablet is available for purchase
Archos hasn’t exactly been known as the king of Android tablets, and we haven’t heard much from them as of late. So it’s rather fitting that Archos announced the Elements