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ARCHOS Introduces the 70 Internet Tablet, First Android Tablet with 250GB HD

Archos has just announced one of their new tablets, the Archos 70 Internet Tablet. The tablet is going to be media focused with its 250 GB HD and a 7 inch screen. The device features a unique over-molded PVD stainless steel structure which houses some impressive internals. These include:
  • 1 GHz processor
  • Wifi
  • 3D Graphics accelerator
  • HDMI out
  • 7-inch capacitive touch screen
  • Android 2.2
Even with its 250 GB hard drive, it's still the slimmest and lightest on the market coming in at just 14 oz and dimensions of 7.91 x 4.49 x 0.55 inches. You can order yours now at ARCHOS.com for $349.99. Update: Apparently, there was some confusion with a mixed up image and pre-release press release. The ARCHOS 70 Internet Tablet is coming and shall be available here within the next few days. You can check out the Official Press Release below: Denver, Colorado – December 29, 2010 – ARCHOS, an award winning technology innovator and leader in the portable media player, market today announced the availability of the ARCHOS 70 internet tablet, 250GB version in retail stores. The ARCHOS 70 internet tablet, 250GB version offers a unique over-molded PVD stainless steel structured slim and light design. It also features the latest technology high res capacitive touch screen, a powerful 1 GHz processor and high speed WiFi that allows PC like web-surfing. Although the tablet sports 250GB, it is still the slimmest and the lightest (7.91 x 4.49 x 0.55 inch – 14 oz) on the market and is now available for $349.99 MSRP at ARCHOS.com The ARCHOS 70 internet tablet - 250GB is a connected mobile device with a sublime user interface, 3D Graphics accelerator and Wi-Fi connectivity. With Android™ Froyo compatibility as the user interface, this tablet comes with a full pack of connected apps such as a web browser and email application, flash 10.1, HDMI output connectivity, tethering via your mobile phone and home streaming from your PC capability. “We are proud to be the first to release an android tablet that features a 250GB HDD” says Henri Crohas, CEO and Founder. “We strive to be the leader in the Android and Windows based tablet market by creating award-winning innovative options at affordable prices.” Connected Android™ tablet As a Hi-def multimedia tablet, users will experience: • A huge storage capacity to store up to 250 movies • A full multimedia experience, with 720p HD video playback • Built-in web cam for chatting with friends and family • With the HDMI output function, you can view the full Android interface on your TV in High Definition, including all the apps, not only video playback like other tablets on the market • Play 3D games from your TV and use your tablet as the steering-wheel/control • Unique Android Multimedia applications designed by ARCHOS such as: o Movie information and cover retrieval in video file info dialog o 3D animated photo frame with ability to display pictures from Facebook, Flickr and Picassa directly through WiFi o Music cover carrousel allows quick browsing of your music album covers • A lot of applications with Appslib to fit your lifestyle including games, books, music, social media, recipes, news and sports This latest tablet is from a long line of ultra affordable and ultra portable internet, multimedia, wide screen and super-fast tablets released by ARCHOS. In 2010, ARCHOS released a 10.1 ‘’ tablet with capacitive touch screen. As a connected android device it offers a very fast web browsing and HD multimedia experience from a 10.1” high resolution screen. The rest of the line up includes Android based tablets ranging in size from 2.8” to the 10.1“. For more information about the ARCHOS 70 internet tablet and other ARCHOS products visit www.ARCHOS.com

Archos 70 Android internet tablet ships

If you don't want to wait until next year when that LG Android tablet I mentioned earlier lands you can get your hands on a new Archos 70 tablet right now. The company has started shipping the tablet in 8GB capacity for $279. The tablet has a 7-inch touchscreen with a g-sensor and a resolution of 800 x 480.

Archos 43 On Sale Now for $250

Is your phone not enough of a tablet already? Looking for another device to truly be the third wheel? If so, the Archos 43 4.3-inch "tablet" is for you. Basically an Android device without the phone, or 3G service, the 43 offers up the hardware and software for browsing the internet, watching movies, and playing games.

Archos Froyo update for 28/32/43/70/101 tablets gets video preview

Archos has been quietly seeding testers with betas of its upcoming Android 2.2 Froyo ROM for the recently-announced Gen8 tablet range.  ARMDevices has been testing it out, and put together a demo video showing some of the changes along the way. No word on when the new firmware will be released for the 28/32/43/70/101 range - apparently there's still a little work to be done on optimizing the build and ironing out the last few bugs - but it's all looking promising. [youtube kS9Y4Zv5avU]

Archos 43 PMP Now Available to Pre-Order

The Archos 43, better to be called a Personal Media Player due to its smaller size, is one of the five new "tablet" devices that Archos was excited to announce to the world not too long ago. And, it looks like the company is trying their best to keep their word of a mid-October launch date, as the PMP has just gone up for pre-order courtesy of Amazon.

5 New Android Tablets from Archos, even a $100 unit

Archos has always been a major contender in the media player and tablet market, even before the iPad hit shelves. Looking to re-establish themselves as an industry powerhouse they have released not one, but 5 new tablets running Google’s Android platform. They even have a device that starts just under a hundred bucks.

Archos A28 Tablet Passes Through FCC

The Archos branded tablets keep on comin'. While news of the Archos 32 just broke not too long ago, apparently there was another tablet taking the FCC journey at the same time. The Archos A28 tablet is, actually, not a tablet at all, shockingly enough. In point of fact, it looks like Archos is making a cell phone -- even if they are still going to label it a tablet, even after it launches.
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