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
With a super-thin design, low price, and keyboard dock, Archos is ready to be taken seriously.
The budget-friendly tablet series gets a breath of fresh air with the Ice Cream Sandwich update.
In 2011 we saw tablet sales figures rise, particularly in the 4th quarter around the holidays. Motorola moved over a million units last year. Hoping to capture the hearts and minds
Archos is brand name that is quite popular and known all over the world. We all love them for their wide range of Android tablets. If you are familiar with
Six months after its unveiling the Archos 35 Home Connect goes on sale today, giving consumers a new Android-based web radio to put on their Christmas list this year.
Archos is one of the first out of the gate, announcing an official update to ICS for their G9 tablet in Q1 2012.
The Android tablet price wars kick into a higher gear next week as the Archos G9 series of Honeycomb tablets go up for pre-sale. Available in two size options, the
Archos has announced new prices for their upcoming G9 series tablets set to arrive later this fall. The pair of Honeycomb devices look to start $20 higher than they were
One might think that Archos would call it a day after announcing a pair of super-affordable Honeycomb tablets, but no, not them. Rather, they still had another two Android devices
Betcha didn’t know this, but Archos has been in the Android tablet game as long as anyone. They have already release tablets/devices running Android that range in size from 2.8-inches
Archos recently announced a launch event in Paris to unveil their new Gen 9 tablets. If you don’t know, Archos has been making great “low budget” Android tablets/ media devices for a
Our French friends have the unique opportunity to be the first to pre-order the new 7″ tablet from Archos, the 70b. At just under 100 Euros, one can enjoy a WVGA
The XDA Forums site is reporting that forum member Dreetje has made it possible to install the Google Apps package on Android powered Archos tablets. A quote from the posting on XDA: