Archos, however the rumors have once again begun to surface. So far we have yet to see anything official coming from Archos, the talk however is pointing towards a trio of smartphone. Well, the smartphones and another tablet. Specifically, an 11.6-inch tablet called the 116 Platinum.
Archos Video Player. While their hardware gives us mixed feelings their integrated software, particular this video player, is one of their best offerings. Today they've released a free version and we have all the details below.
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.
Archos launched the GamePad tablet (outside the US) back in December. And well, since then the company had been quiet in terms of a US release. Of course, they were showing the GamePad off during CES and along with that comes word of a US release. Unfortunately nothing as specific as an exact date, however a timeframe.
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.
Archos unveiled their own take on the Android gaming market with their new 7-inch GamePad tablet with an integrated controller. After finally launching in late December outside of the US, we were able to get some quick hands-on pictures and video today at CES 2013 to show you all. Check out this Jelly Bean tablet in action below.
Archos seems to be on a bit of an announcement role this month. We saw the GamePad released back on December 6 and the Video Player app land in Google Play just yesterday. And perhaps coming as a bit more of an exciting announcement, we have word of another tablet. The latest, which has recently made an appearance on the Archos website, is the 97 Titanium HD.
Archos has officially released their Video Player app into Google Play. The app is being touted as the"critically acclaimed ARCHOS Video player" and with the promise of it being able to deliver an "uncompromised multimedia experience." Fancy sounding chatter aside though, the Archos Video Player app is now available for non-Archos branded tablets.