ARCHOS announced a 7-inch Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) tablet for $199 with an upgraded capacitive touch screen, 8GB storage and a powerful 1.2 GHz processor. With Google's latest Android operating system for tablets, ARCHOS claims the 70b tablet offers faster and smoother transitions between different applications, and more intuitive navigation to and from home screens.
Very slim and light, the newest version of the ARCHOS 70 internet tablet Gen 8, offers the best performances in terms of portability, immediate internet access, multimedia, apps and affordability. This new version has a higher resolution capacitive screen (1024 x 600) for vibrant colors and crisp clarity and has doubled the RAM to 512 MB for a smoother web experience and more efficient multi-tasking.
This connected mobile device with a sublime user interface, 3D Graphics accelerator and Wi-Fi connectivity, also comes with a full pack of connected apps such as a web browser and email application, HDMI output and Micro SD connectivity.
- Smoother multi-tasking and a faster web experience thanks to the upgraded RAM (512 MB)
- Brighter colors with a high resolution capacitive screen (1024 x600)
- Android 3.2 Honeycomb, the Android version designed for a tablet
- Access to a full array of apps with the Android Market and its 300,000 apps such as news, eMagazines, eBooks, social media, games and more
- A full multimedia experience with upgraded multimedia ARCHOS apps for video and music
- HDMI output, giving users full access to their Android experience on their TV including all the pre-loaded apps, video playback, 3D games, photos and all the Android Market apps
Price and Availability
The ARCHOS 70b Internet Tablet will be available January 2012 for $199.