Archos Launched 5 New Android based Tablets

Archos, a popular French consumer electronics company has launched a whole new lineup consisting of five of its newest and top of the line tablets. These include the low price Archos 28 and 32, medium-low price ranged Archos 43 and Archos 70 and the $300 starting price Archos 101 tablets. A brief overview of the five tablets introduced by Archos is given below:

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Archos 28

A 2.8 inch wide, 320×240 resistive touchscreen tablet machine, Archos 28 starts for as low as $99. Considering its low starting price, the device boasts good enough specs for starters with its 600MHz Cortex A8 processor and 4GB of storage.

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Archos 32

Another low end and low priced tablet target for the masses, Archos 32 improves on what the 28 has to offer, with a slightly higher starting price of $149.99. This tablet holds a 3.2″ display, 8GB of storage, an 800MHz Cortex A8 processor, and a rear camera that is capable of recording 720p HD video.

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Archos 43

Aimed towards those who are into more ‘techy’ tablets, the Archos 43 will give its users just that: a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, a .35″ thick design, a 4.3″ display, a 2MP camera with 720p HD recording capability.

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Archos 70

The first one nudging the doors of the high end tablet market, the Archos 70 holds a capacitive 7 inch wide touchscreen as opposed to the 28, 32 and 43 which are all resistive touchscreens. Also, this ultra-thin tablet (measuring just 0.4 inches maximum width) is also equipped with a front facing camera and has USB and microHDMI ports for accessibility. Price range goes up automatically: the tablets starts at $279.99.

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Archos 101

The cream of Archos’ tablet lineup, the 101 packs a solid set of specifications coupled with a large 10.1 inch 1024×600 resolution screen. Also, the 101 runs atop a 1GHz processor along with USB and HDMI options available. The tablet has a starting price tag of $299.99 which is slightly higher than the Archos 70, owing to 101’s bigger screen.

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All these tablets from Archos run on Google’s Android operating system and are slated to be released in the market at various times starting from mid-September and continuing through till the end of October. Stay tuned to find out more.

[Via- Engadget]

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