French consumer electronics company, Archos, have announced five new Android based Internet tablets. All five tablets will run Android 2.2 and support video playback at up to 720p resolution. They all support Flash 10.1 and provide access Archos’ AppsLib sub-section of the Android market.
Sizes range from the Archos 28 up to the Archos 101, which are 2.8-inch and 10-inch respectively. The Archos 28 provides a 2.8-inch 320×240 touch-screen display powered by a 800MHz cpu. It will offer Wi-Fi and should cost as little as $99 available in late September. As the company points out, this device is “the first WiFi connected Android device below the psychological $100 or 100€ price point”. A summary of the other devices is as follows;
- Archos 101 –10-inch 1024×600, 1GHz processor, VGA camera, Wi-Fi, HDMI, 8 or 16GB internal. $300 October est.
- Archos 75 – 7-inch 800×480, 1GHz processor, Wi-Fi, front camera, HDMI, 8GB flash or 250GB hard disk. $275 October est.
- Archos 43 – 4.2-inch 854×480, 1GHz, HDMI, 2mp 720p rear camera, Wi-Fi, 8 or 16GB internal. $199 October est.
- Archos 32 – 3.2-inch 400×240, 800MHz cpu, VGA cam, Wi-Fi, 8GB internal. $150 mid-September est.
- Archos 28 – 2.8-inch 320×240, 800MHz cpu, Wi-Fi. $99 late September est.
For more information, check out their official products page.