Archos has made a few (seven if you’re counting) decent offerings for the tablet market up to this point, and they’re not done just yet. At a press conference, CEO Henri Crohas revealed Archos’ plans for the 8th generation of the Archos Internet Tablet with six new devices ranging in size, specs, and pricing, all with Android running the show.
The line will offer models sized from 3″ to 10″, with ARM Cortex-based chipsets ranging from 800 MHz and 1 GHz. 3D acceleration and multi-touch capabilities will be available on at least one of the devices, most likely the $350 version, which will be the highest price point. On the lower end of the spectrum you can expect the most basic model to retail for around $100.
No real solid information was given on a release date, so these new tablets could be a way away.
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