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Archos Upgrades Android Tablet Products12:27 pm on January 2, 2011 | Category: Mobile Devices, Multimedia
French consumer electronics manufacturer, Archos, has added two new and improved products to its line of Android-based tablet computing devices.
The upgraded ‘Archos 7′ device features a 7-inch touchscreen display, 800-MHz Rockchip processor (up from a 600-MHz in the original Archos 7), an Android 2.1 operating system (upgraded from Android 1.6). It costs approximately $200, making it one of the most competitive Android tablets on the market.
The Archos 70, meanwhile, comes equipped with a 1-GHz processor and 250GB hard drive, the largest hard drive ever on an Android device. It is priced at $349.99.
“We strive to be the leader in the Android and Windows-based tablet market by creating award-winning innovative options at affordable prices,” said Archos founder and CEO, Henri Crohas, in a statement.
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