Archos 32 Internet Tablet Crosses Paths with FCC



We’re not sure if you can really call a device with a 3.2-inch display a tablet (we are thinking that’s more in the range of MID), but Archos has gone ahead and done it. Their Archos 32 Internet Tablet has hit the FCC, leaving a trail of pictures and even a manual in its wake. The Android-powered device features capacitive touch-buttons for navigation below the screen, including a directional pad surrounded by your standard Android buttons.

Connectivity is as expected: GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack and integrated speaker, and the device contains a microphone but seems to lack any sort of camera based on the user’s manual. You’ll be able to pick up a 720p video dock among other accessories. It should be selling for right around $150 when it goes out for sale over the coming months. Hit up the source link for more images.

[via Engadget]

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  1. I will call it a mobile :)

  2. Give me access to the Android market and a good battery life for tunes and i’m sold.

  3. Seems more like a PDA than a tablet.

  4. Rob Schoenfeld
    This could be the device I am waiting for. I can’t believe Dell blew this opportunity.

  5. Atleast it’s only $150 :)

  6. why not just buy an HTC Hero off contract on Ebay for the same price or less. You’ll even get a camera included.

  7. Simon,

    Yeah, that has me a bit worried. I don’t think you can get an Archos 5 for that.

  8. Doesn’t look to coolish

  9. its deffintely worth the price if it is everything they say it to be, camera, touch screen,wifi, music, vids, seems pretty good price too

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