I feel like we are finally starting to see decent Android tablets come into play. They aren’t the super dual core, Tegra 2 monsters we’ve seen sneakies of, but actual
Looking to grab a companion Android device for browsing the internet, watching movies, and playing games? Grab yourself a 4.3-inch Archos 43 “internet tablet” for only $250 through the Archos online store.
It looks like all manufacturers are giving some early Christmas-presents. We’ve seen the 2.1 update for the Xperia, the HTC Wildfire, and more goodies are coming! Archos is joining the hype too, giving their brand new Generation 8 tablets a Froyo update.
Archos made good on their promise/our expectations yesterday when they unveiled five new media players and tablets. Each running a tailored build of Android, they range in size from 2.8-inches to 10.1-inches and have a focus on games, internet, ebooks, and general media consumption. The devices start dropping later this month (September) and will come with various features. Hit the jump for a quick breakdown on each new Archos unit.
Those who follow the Android universe closely already know that Archos has a few new tablets up their sleeves. However, your average Joe doesn’t have a clue as to what
The FCC has done it again! This time they’ve leaked a few pictures of the Archos 32 device. Judging by the pictures, it has what appears to be touch-sensitive buttons
The details surrounding the next batch of Android-powered Archos devices have started arriving online. Dubbed Generation 8 (Gen8), they will come with various screen sizes, ranging from 2.8-inches to 10-inches. Depending on the size of the device, screen density is said to be anywhere from QVGA (240 x 320) up to WSVGA (1024×600). The first unit to break cover, the Archos 32 8GB , has been spotted on a US retailer website.
Archos already came out with a 5-inch Android device last fall, but it’s clearly hoping to make some waves with its 7-inch, more tablet-y model which is coming out this
Today find Archos formerly announcing their ARCHOS 7 home tablet which aims to bridge the gap between smart phone and desktop computers. With its 7-inch touch screen (800×480) and sleek
One of the biggest gripes about the Android-based Archos 5 tablet is the hoops one must jump to install apps. With no official Android Market support, crafty users are forced
Archos has officially unveiled their new 7-inch Home Tablet and the price may surprise you. For less than $200, customers can grab this mobile internet device (MID) with a 600MHz
We’ve seen the Archos A5 and know about the Archos A7. Apparently they’ve got another device up their sleeves and the plan is to pull it out at CeBIT, the
We didn’t anticipate running a tablet story on the site today being everyone we know will be watching the Apple event later today.Â Nonetheless, we have a new Android-based tablet
Open Handset Alliance member ARM, has created the Android Solutions Center to help make it easier for other companies to build Android-based handsets and devices.Â There over 35 members involved
Nicolas Charbonnier (Charbax) passed along his video walkthrough of the new Archos A5 MID where he shows off of a handful of the device’s features.Â While he’s generally a fan