Archos unveiled the complete Titanium tablet lineup during CES and it looks like some of the models have begun appearing with the FCC. Specifically, filings for the Archos 70 Titanium and the Archos 101 Titanium have recently been discovered. Keep in mind, we haven't heard exactly when these two devices are expected to arrive for sale in the US, however these filings do suggest that a release date is drawing closer.
Aside from getting the required approval, these filings did not reveal anything new in terms of specs. Of course, that is because Archos had already made those public. The Titanium tablet line will be sharing some common features to include IPS multi-touch displays, a quad-core GPU and dual-core 1.6GHz processor. This lineup will also have what Archos describes as a "sleek" aluminum body and will be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at launch.
Otherwise, the size of the display is in the name. The Archos 70 will have a 7-inch display and the Archos 101 will have a 10.1-inch display. We should also point out that these are Google certified tablets which means they will have access to the Google Play Store. Once available, the Archos 70 Titanium is expected to sell for $119 and the Archos 101 Titanium is expected to sell for for $199.
Aside from these two models, the Titanium lineup also includes the Archos 80 and Archos 97 with 8.0-inch and 9.7-inch displays respectively. the Archos 97 Titanium was revealed a little before Christmas and was shown to have an IPS display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536. This model is expected to sell for $249. Bottom line here, it looks like the 70 and 101 should be available sooner rather than later and in the meantime, we will keep an eye out and see if the FCC filings for the 80 and 97 turn up.