Archos unveiled the 97 Titanium HD tablet with "Super HD" display just a little before Christmas. And well, it looks like the 97 Titanium HD is only one device that will make up the family of Titanium branded tablets. This news comes out of CES and notes that the Titanium lineup will include four tablets in total.
The models will include the 70 Titanium, 80 Titanium, 101 Titanium and the previously mentioned 97 Titanium HD. These devices will all be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and with features to include IPS multi-touch displays, a "sleek" aluminum design and a dual-core 1.6GHz processor with quad-core GPU.
In addition to running Jelly Bean, these are all Google certified tablets, which really just means that you will have access to the Google Play Store. The names of the tablets imply the size of the display. Simply put, we are looking at a 7-inch, 8-inch, 9.7-inch and 10.1-inch model.
That thought aside, while we have yet to see anything in terms of a release date for any, Archos did announce some pricing. The 70 Titanium will be $119, the 80 Titanium will be $169, the 101 Titanium will be $199 and the 97 Titanium will be $249. All seemingly decent price points.
And in addition to the pricing, Archos also made it clear where these stand noting that the 70 Titanium "offers similar features to competitors such as Amazon, at a better price point" with the 80 Titanium going after the iPad mini and the 97 Titanium HD being "an alternative to the new iPad for half the price." Aside from the Titanium tablet line, Archos also announced the TV Connect with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the 7-inch GamePad during CES.