Archos 101 XS tablet, then today is a good day. That's because Archos has started rolling out updates to Android 4.1.1 to 101 XS users, so it shouldn't be too much longer before you have Jelly Bean running on your tablet. No, it isn't Android 4.2, but considering that this tablet has only been around for a few months, this is pretty great news.
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Archos added one more tablet to the already long list. Say hello to the Archos 80 Cobalt, a tablet that probably won't be burning up the benchmarks but might be worth having a look at nonetheless. That's especially true if you're in the market for an inexpensive tablet, as we're thinking the 80 Cobalt's specs won't exactly demand a high price tag.
Archos GamePad with a 7-inch display and a built-in gamepad we mentioned back in August? Well today the tablet gaming hybrid device is making an appearance online in a new video showing off those unique gaming features. This certainly isn't an ordinary 7-inch tablet so lets take a look.
Archos finally unveiled their new G10 XS line of Android tablets starting with the Archos 101 XS. What makes these new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets different from the rest is the included keyboard and protective cover they're calling a coverboard. During the noise this morning they also detailed two more coming soon.
Archos G10. This new 10-inch tablet will be known as the Archos 101 XS and lucky for us we already have one. Complete with what Archos calls a "coverboard keyboard" all for the low price of $399. Can this compete with the ASUS Transformer lineup, or is it just another tablet? Read on for our full review.
Facebook pages to let the cat out of the bag regarding their upcoming Android tablet. We've seen a few teaser images in the past, but now we are getting the first look at what Archos has been working on. This is their brand new Archos Gen 10 tablet -- complete with a keyboard dock and all.
Archos has just announced not only a new tablet, but a brand new lineup they plan to bring to market this summer. Calling it the new Archos ELEMENT series we can expect entry-level 7, 8, and 9.7-inch tablets all running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The first up from Archos is their new 97 Carbon.