Fusion Storage combines microSD card, internal memory into single storage block
Archos has revealed a selection of high-capacity tablets at Mobile World Congress, along with new memory-boosting technology to help make storage management more efficient. The Magnus tablet range offer capacities of up to 256GB, while the manufacturer's "Fusion Storage" system allows for external microSD card storage to be effectively combined with the internal memory of the tablet.
New budget Archos mobile devices include 4G connectivity
Archos is adding more phones and tablets to its Android device range, the company has revealed ahead of next week's CES. Alongside new versions of the 45b, 50b, 50c, 70 and 101 Helium mobile devices, the manufacturer has outlined some details for its 50 Diamond 4G smartphone, as well as its upcoming 4G-equipped 80b Helium budget tablet.
Budget VR headset from Archos can hold a 6-inch smartphone
Archos has stepped into the virtual reality market with its own headset accessory. The Archos VR Glasses are similar to the Samsung Gear VR, the Zeiss VR, and Google Cardboard, in that it can accept a smartphone in the front of the headset to be used as the main display, with the device said to be compatible with Android, Windows Phone, and iOS devices with a screen size of up to six inches.
New Archos phones available at low-cost, with no contract
Electronics manufacturer Archos has announces the availability of its new range of Platinum smartphones, the Archos 45c Platinum and Archos 50b Platinum. Both entry-level phones feature Android 4.4 "Kit Kat," MediaTek quad-core processors, IPS screens, and a choice of three colored back covers.
Archos Smart Home kit includes tablet, cameras, movement sensors
Archos has started selling the Smart Home starter kit it introduced at CES earlier this year, a package that provides a simplified form of home automation. The collection of "Connected Objects" can be used to automatically perform actions with each other and control home appliances, as well as allowing the homeowner to monitor the house using the assorted sensors and cameras.
Netbook to release in June features Android 4.2, ARM Cortex A9 processor
With the talk about of the upcoming Chromebook lineup expansion, a company has decided to invest in another section of the home computing market that may have been overlooked in the last few years. Archos, a manufacturer that focuses on building Android devices, has brought to light its plans for a new Android netbook called the Arcbook.
LTE-enabled 8-inch tablet, octa-core smartphone in Archos additions
Archos has listed devices it will be showing at Mobile World Congress next week, with one tablet and three smartphones making the trip to Barcelona. The list is headed up by the 80 Helium 4G, a tablet with an 8-inch 1024x768 IPS display and LTE connectivity, and the 50c Oxygen, a smartphone with a 5-inch 1280x720-resolution display backed by an octa-core Mediatek Cortex A7-based 1.7GHz processor.
Entry-level tablet range runs Android Jelly Bean, modest specifications
Archos has unveiled a trio of Neon tablets that take after the Platinum and Cobalt ranges in terms of appearance, though targets the entry-level market. The 90 Neon, 97 Neon, and 101 Neon all offer a quad-core A9 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 1.6GHz, and 1.4GHz respectively with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and a microSD card slot for more storage options.
First LTE devices from Archos to be shown at CES next week
Archos is using CES to launch two more mobile devices in its smartphone range, with the pair of phones being the first from the manufacturer to offer 4G LTE connectivity. Joining the wearable devices and network-connected home monitoring sensors the company has already teased will be the 45 Helium, with a 4.5-inch 854x480 IPS display, and the 50 Helium with a 5-inch 1280x720 IPS version.
Smart Home Tablet to act as central location for connected device interaction
Archos has outlined the range of devices it is preparing for CES next week, including a number of wearable items and some destined for use in the home. A smartwatch and a fitness tracker will be accompanied by a set of "connected objects" centered around home automation, and a separate 7-inch "Home Gateway" Android tablet that will act as a central hub for the collection.
New tablet boasts dual core, full Google certification
Electronics manufacturer Archos has announced the availability of the Archos 101 XS 2 tablet, the latest device from its new Gen11 range. Improving on last year'Â’s Gen10, the Android 4.2 "Jellybean" GoogleÂ™-certified tablet includes a quad-core 1.6 GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, an HD IPS screen, front facing stereo speakers and dual-cameras.
Line boasts four dual-core models ranging from 4 to 5.3 inches
Electronics manufacturers Archos and MediaTek have partnered to release the Archos Titanium smartphone line, with four mid-range fully-featured smartphones with prices starting at €100 ($137). The new Archos Titanium smartphones include dual-SIM support with HSPA+ speeds, and are fully Google certified running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, giving them complete access to the Google Play store.
New model has higher-resolution screen, quad-core GPU, better controls
As expected, Android device manufacturer Archos has refreshed its Archos Gamepad -- the new and uprated Archos GamePad 2 is expected at the end of the year. The new iteration of the device features Android 4.2 "Jelly Bean," an HD screen, better controls, a larger battery and a faster processor.
Latest devices to ship this month
Archos has fully detailed its latest tablets that will be arriving later this month, including the 80b Platinum, 97b Platinum HD and 101 Platinum. All three Android tablets will be powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor running at 1.6GHz, with up to 2GB of RAM and IPS displays ranging from 8.0 to 10.1 inches.
Quad-core processor, improved display for gaming tablet
A follow-up to a gaming tablet by Archos is getting a sequel, according to a recently-pulled listing on retailer HKTDC's website. The Archos GamePad 2 will have the same physical size as its predecessor, complete with game controls mounted on the sides, with the internal specifications and display receiving a expected upgrade.
Quad-core tablets form bulk of launches, smart watch teased
Archos has revealed what mobile devices it will be showing at IFA in Germany next week. A number of smartphones and tablets running on Android will be on display, including changes to its mobile phone line-up, and the company also teases a range of "Connected Objects," along with its own take on the smart watch concept.
Wireless communication not carrier locked, accepts any SIM card
Android device developer linktextArchos has revealed the latest addition to the Elements range of tablets, the ARCHOS 80 xenon, a specially designed 8” tablet with built-in 3G and WiFi. This Google™ certified tablet features a powerful Qualcomm Quad-core CPU at 1.2 GHz, Android™, 4.1 "Jelly Bean" on a clear IPS multi-touch screen.
Rubberized coating, assortment of cooking apps highlight new offering
Tablet and gadget manufacturer Archos has revealed the ChefPad, a tablet tailored for cooking enthusiasts. The Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" device has a specific "chef apps" selection, providing users a curated selection of cooking apps ranging from recipes, cooking tips, cooking TV, and cooking assistant apps.
Three new models available starting at $100 in May
Electronics manufacturer Archos has debuted a line of Google certified smartphones. The Archos 35 Carbon, 50 Platinum, and 53 Platinum are the first in a line of phones by the company, and are expected to be available in Europe by the end of May 2013. All devices have Google certification for access to Google Play, Dual-SIM slots, along with front and back cameras.
Seven-inch tablet with physical controls runs most Google Play games
Despite missing its promised February launching date, the Archos Gamepad is now available for purchase in the United States. The 7-inch Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" device will run most Google Play games, while also allowing users to customize their preferred control scheme for each game.
Archos rolls out Family Pad 2, covers off family tablet niche
Archos has revealed its Family Pad 2, a 13.3-inch (1280x800) Android 4.1 ‘Jelly Bean’ tablet that supports 720p resolutions natively. The device has been aimed at families to ‘gather around’ and enjoy viewing a video or sharing photos together. It incorporates an unspecified dual-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU clocked at 1.6GHz, though it boasts a quad-core Mali 400 MP4 GPU that should deliver strong gaming performance.
Archos Gamepad brings physical controls to Android gaming
The Archos Gamepad is set to launch in the US in February at the attractive price of just $169. We were impressed in our hands-on with the device at CES last week, finding it to be both powerful enough to run Android games with ease, as well as light and flexible with its configuration. The 7-inch device will run most Android games, while also allowing users to customize their preferred control scheme for each game.
Family-sized tablet lacks pixels, hopes to pack fun
Electronista is still here amid the backpacks and foot traffic at the Consumer Electronics Show, checking out the newest and most untouched in, well, consumer electronics. We stopped by Archos' booth yesterday to check out the Gamepad, and we also took a bit of time to go hands-on with their 13.3-inch FamilyPad, an oversized device whose name explicitly describes its purpose: it's for the family. Along with the FamilyPad, Archos had their keyboard-enabled Gen 10 devices on display, and we were pleasantly surprised by what we found there.
Archos tackles Android from multiple angles, form factors
The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show marches on and Electronista stopped by Archos' booth to check out the French company's newest offerings. Archos of late has been touting a number of Android devices with novel form factors, and we spent a bit of hands-on time with the Gamepad, Archos' dedicated gaming tablet.
GamePad packs full Android experience and joystick
Archos has announced the retail availability of its GamePad tablet, which combines an Android tablet experience with the physical inputs of a traditional portable gaming console. The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device comes with full access to Google's Play Store and mobile services, and Archos has previously said that it would be compatible with more than 1,000 games on the Play Store out of the box, without the need for updates from developers. The Archos GamePad is now available for purchase in Europe for 150€, and it is scheduled for a North American release in the first quarter of 2013.
Archos intros 80 Cobalt, but doesn't yet reveal pricing or ship dates
Archos on Wednesday revealed details on the 8-inch 80 Cobalt, the third of its Elements series tablets that also includes the 9.7-inch Carbon. The Android 4.0-powered device uses a 1.6GHz, quad-core CPU paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. The capacitive touchscreen has 1,024x768 resolution, or exactly on par with Apple's new iPad mini.
Archos GamePad aims to address gaming shortcomings of tablets
Archos has revealed its 7-inch GamePad, dedicated Android gaming tablet at IFA in Berlin. At first glance, the device resembles a larger Sony PS Vita and includes standard gaming controls including dual-analog joysticks. Importantly, the device also comes with Google-certification meaning that it is compatible with all the apps and games on the Google Play Store.
Android 4.1 update to arrive in Q4
Archos today unveiled its new Gen10 XS tablet line. The line consists of three slim Android tablets, all of which will ship running an unskinned version of Android 4.0. Devices in the Gen10 SX line will sport a novel form factor integrating a keyboard that also serves as a cover, dock, and stand for the tablet.
Archos Family Pad Android tablet will have 13.3-inch touchscreen
Archos is apparently expanding its tablet lineup with a device called the Family Pad, which has just been spotted undergoing testing at the FCC. It follows up on the theme of the earlier Child Pad and the rumored Child Pad 2. Unlike those 7-inch tablets, however, this one aims to be much larger, perhaps to cater to family viewing and gaming.
Side-on promotional image gives little away
Android tablet maker Archos has posted a teaser for its upcoming G10xs tablet. A promotional image from the manufacturer has appeared on Facebook, though visitors can only see an angled side-on view that provides little information about the handheld. An accompanying message from the company reads "Archos Gen 10 is coming," and promises a launch announcement within three weeks.
Archos launches entry-level Elements tablet range with $250 97 Carbon
Android-powered device maker Archos has just kicked off a new Elements series of tablets with the 97 Carbon. It uses Android 4.0 and uses a 9.7-inch, 1024x768 IPS touchscreen paired with a 1GHz CPU and 1GB of RAM. There is 16GB of storage space onboard, though a microSD memory card slot lets users expand that.
Kid-oriented tablet otherwise similar
Earlier this year, Archos confirmed the release of its Child Pad, a child-oriented, seven-inch tablet that undercut Amazon's Kindle Fire by $70. The low price was possible due in part to the tablet's utilization of resistive touchscreen technology in its display. Now, an Archos product roadmap seems to confirm the existence of a new version, the Child Pad 2, implementing a capacitive touchscreen but still likely retailing at a low price.
10.1-inch, 9.7-inch tablets to arrive at low pr
Archos has added two more models to its Arnova tablet line with the announcement of the Arnova 9b G3 and 10b G3. The two tablets will join the rest of Archos' low-cost Arnova line at an as yet unannounced date.
10.1-inch still ships with Android 3.2
Last week, Archos began rolling out Android 4.0 upgrades to its 80 G9 and 101 G9 tablet customers. This week, the company has begun shipping the premium turbo version of the 8-inch model with Android ICS pre-loaded. The company has indicated on its storefront that the 10.1-inch turbo model will begin shipping in April.
Elements tablets to bring range of sizes
Archos has detailed its 2012 tablet lineup, which includes several Elements tablets and the G10xs model that aims to compete with the iPad. The G10 features a 7.6mm-thick steel housing, shaving nearly 2mm from the iPad's thickness.
Archos G9 first to get sweeping Android 4 patches
Archos used Thursday to roll out Android 4.0 upgrades to its G9 tablets (PDF). All 80 G9 and 101 G9 models should start getting the new firmware over-the-air. Archos' implementation adds unique touches besides what Google brings to the platform, such as 1080p video and automatic subtitle downloads for many formats, 3D MKV videos, file manager and remote control apps, and USB Ethernet adapter support.
Archos Child Pad tablet made official
Archos set a new floor for mainstream tablets Thursday by previewing the Child Pad. The seven-inch tablet is expected to cost just $129, $70 less than even the Kindle Fire, but would still promise Android 4.0. Its child focus comes through an OS design that's meant to safeguard younger users through a filter, provide an easy-to-follow visual theme, and child-oriented apps both for games and for education.
Archos to bring first Android 3.2 tablet to CES
Archos has just unveiled its lowest-cost Android 3.2 tablet, the 70b. It gets a seven-inch, 1024x600 capacitive touchscreen and mostly keeps the cost down through a 1.2GHz, single-core processor along with 512MB of RAM. An HDMI output and SD memory card input together supplement the 8GB of built-in memory.
Archos now selling 35 Home Connect radio for $150
The Archos 35 Home Connect Internet radio introduced mid-year has now gone on sale. The Android-powered device uses Wi-Fi to access Internet radio stations thanks to the included TuneIn Radio Pro app. There is also a built-in alarm clock, giving users the choice to wake up to nature sounds, an MP3 playlist, or a preselected radio station.
Huawei gives Android 4 to Honor, Archos teases
French tablet maker Archos has just announced that it will bring Android 4.0 to its existing G9 tablets. All will be upgraded to Android 4.0 during the first quarter of 2012, the company promised. The devices are powered by a dual-core, 1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, with prices starting at 350 euros (about $460).
Flash also increased to 16GB
Archos has begun shipping a high performance version of its 10.1-inch Android tablet. The 101 G9 Turbo upgrades the dual-core TI OMAP4 processor from 1GHz to 1.2GHz. Also new is the storage, doubling to 16GB.
NVIDIA expects Tegra 3 tablet prices to drop fast
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang in a media conversation Friday anticipated that the price of quad-core tablets would drop around the spring. Tablets running the Tegra 3 chip would reach $299 within "a couple quarters," he said with Engadget and others in attendance. He didn't say who would reach the milestone or what components it would take.
Archos ships 9.7-inch budget tablet with Android
Archos just added a fifth model to its Arnova tablet range with the Arnova 9 G2. It sports an iPad-like 9.7-inch, 1024x768-pixel IPS display with a five-point multi-touch capacitive touchscreen layer and runs on Android 2.3. Processing power comes courtesy of a 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 single-core processor, and there is 8GB of storage onboard.
Archos 80 G9 and 101 G9 priced and dated for US
Archos commmitted itself to the US launch of its first truly native Android tablets on Thursday with release details for the 80 G9 and 101 G9. The unique eight-inch 80 G9 will be the first and ship September 20 for $299 with Android 3.2, making it one of the least expensive Android 3 tablets in the US. The entry version has a 1GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor and a light 8GB of storage.
PMN and Archos to sell cheap tablets for service
Philadelphia Media Network outlined its previously hinted plans to offer subsdizied tablets. The project will see 5,000 of Archos' Arnova 10 G2 tablets made available with a heavy discount depending on the subscription. The cheap Android slate will cost as little as $99 if bought with a two-year contract subscription to the Daily News and Inquirer costing $10 a month; the price rises to $129 for those who only want to commit for one year but are willing to pay a more standard $13 a month.
iPad tops Android in tablet recommendations
iPad owners are the most likely to recommend their tablets than any other, IHS discovered in a fresh study. Out of 10, Apple users gave their tablets a typical 8.8 rating, making them very likely to suggest an iPad. Unusually, ultra-cheap tablet maker Zenithink was second by the slimmest margin, while Samsung, Archos, and Motorola were near equal.
Archos sets US prices for 9th-Gen tablet range
Archos has set its US prices the G9 series of Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) tablets. The two main model lines are distinguished primarily by their screen size, however, within both product lines users have an array of choices. The Archos 80 G9 line is comprised of 8-inch tablets, while the Archos 101 G9 line is comprised of 10-inch tablets. However, blistering processor speed is something common to both lines of the French made tablet.
Archos AT0S2 tablet spotted at FCC, no details
A new Archos tablet, the A70S2, has shown up at the FCC. Unfortunately, a confidentiality agreement is in place until August 19, so no specifics on the device are currently available. While it's not known whether the device will even sport the Android OS, it's more than likely.
35 Smart Home Phone, 35 Home Connect
Alongside Archos' two new tablets introduced today, the company has also unveiled two new Android-based devices for the home: the 35 Smart Home Phone and 35 Home Connect radio. The home phone connects to standard landlines or ADSL boxes, but allows users to take advantage of Android features such as apps, MP3 ringtones, and photo display for caller ID. A front-facing camera also enables video calling to other Android handsets or computers.
Archos 80 G9 and 101 G9 tablets arrive
Archos took its turn at entering the full Android tablet category Thursday with the formal unveiling of its ninth-generation slates. The eight-inch and 10-inch 80 G9 and 101 G9 will both run Android 3.1 from the start and are unique in depending on spinning hard drives rather than flash. Either uses Seagate's Momentus Thin drives to fit as much as 250GB of storage.