As the tablet market keeps growing, more and more affordable options have shown up. Just a year ago, these handy devices were brand new, most of them sporting a price tag no lower than $500. Of course, there were some low-cost options back them, but most of them were hardly even worth mentioning. The specs ... Read More »
There are two things Android could not live without – development and the Android Market (among other things). There are those few manufacturers that chose not to get approved by Google, and their devices end up being released without the Android Market (or Google Apps, in general). Once developers ... Read More »
For several months now the Android blogosphere has assumed that Texas Instruments’ OMAP4 will be the lead platform for the next version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich. But we don’t know which specific processor will be inside the Nexus Prime.
Many of us speculated Google would go ... Read More »
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Archos tablets are known for being cheaper, but they also tend to come with lower specs. Yet, we were impressed with both the announcement of these tablets, as well as the announcement of their prices. Archos now offers the great combination we all dream of: quality and affordability. This ... Read More »
Archos’ G9 tablets seem to be getting closer to their launch dates. The company just updated its website with official pricing information for both the 80 G9 and 101 G9 tablets. As you might recall, Archos has two Honeycomb tablets in the works aimed at value-minded customers.
These two tablets have a lot ... Read More »
When you think of Archos, “fastest” is not the first word that pops up into your mind. “Cheapest,” “Gingerbread,” “Froyo” maybe, but not fastest. Well, that changes today. The company just announced a pair of tablets that blow anything else currently available out of the water.
The first one is the ARCHOS 80 ... Read More »
Archos has been in the Android game for awhile now, but I never really gave them much respect and generally considered their first-gen Android tablets as cheap (to put it nicely). However, after playing with their new lineup of Internet tablets at IFA this week, I think I’m ready to fork over my cash for one and ... Read More »
The Archos 7 Home tablet is a pretty interesting device; $199.99 US gets you a 7 inch touchscreen tablet running Android 1.6. However, early adopters who were hoping it would ship by the end of May will be disappointed, as a recent press release reveals that people won’t be able to get a hold of the ... Read More »
Tablets will include 3 to 10 inch displays and ARM Cortex processors.
Archos unveils a pair of cheap Android tablets.