by Bogdan Bele, 1 week ago
The Archos ChefPad is a tablet aimed at chefs or cooking enthusiasts, and it looks like it has all it needs to ensure that you have the best cooking experience. Archos is no stranger to…
Archos CEO Henri Crohas recently announced in a press conference Archos’ intentions to release a slew of tablet based devices running Google Android. In the image to the right, a quick gander led me to believe that Archos have excellent style, branding and design continuity going on there, but it became clear that each tablet you see before you is the same image, adjusted in size to represent the different tablet screen sizes.
The tablet sizes will range from 3” to 10” whereby the latter will sport 800MHz and 1GHz ARM Cortex-based chips. According to our sources, at least one of the tablets will offer 3D acceleration and a multi-touch screen. Just like the screen sizes, there is a range in price too. The cheapest tablet (and also most likely to be the smallest), which set you back only $100, while the more expensive will cost $350
At the moment, these devices are some way of production. However, for further information on rumored specifications, visit our older posts of the Archos tablet rumor-mill.
[Via Archos Lounge]