Archos G9 tablets have only been on the market a short period and they are already receiving a few firmware updates from Archos. It's nice to see them working so quickly to bring updates to their tablets and we can only hope the same applies for Ice Cream Sandwich. The Archos 80 G9 went on sale last month and received its first OTA firmware update early this month. Today Archos informed us another just 14 days later is available now for download.
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Archos G9 series tablets haven't been out long, but as usual the developer community is already working hard at figuring out the goods and bringing a root method for all. The popular @PaulOBrien has been hard at work with the new Archos 80 G9 Honeycomb tablet and has finally achieved root access. He does however mention that it was not an easy task and it is still a work in progress before any sort of details and instructions will be released. Progress is progress though right?
Archos G9 Honeycomb tablets have only been out a short time and Archos has already started pushing a firmware OTA update to the devices. The Archos 80 went up for sale late last month and we quickly snagged one up for some hands-on time. The new update from Archos fixes plenty of bugs, and adds some new features like Google Talk so head on past the break for full details.
first announced in June, then quickly spotted on video a few days later. New details have confirmed they will both be available for pre-order starting September 20th.
two new Tablets aren't the only thing Archos has in their hat of goodies, they are also working on a Home Connect Android device as well as what they are calling a "Smart Home Phone". The android powered unusual looking internet radio Archos Home Connect is pretty unique and can be used as a remote control and a picture viewer among other things. Then the wireless Smart Home Phone.
reported that Archos had two new tablets looking to shake things up on the way. The two slates, the 80 G9 and the 101 G9 may not be due out until September, but Chris Davies, at our sister site, SlashGear, has gotten an early peak at prototypes.
Android Honeycomb tablets coming from Archos this video should make you drool. For those that remember the last tablets they released the viewing angles were terrible and probably the biggest con the devices had. I personally sold mine because the viewing angles just weren't up to par for day to day use. It looks like Archos went back to the drawing board and these new G9 tablets are looking better and better.