Archos already sells plenty of cheap tablets, but the 8-inch Xenon with 3G network support will keep you connected without draining your wallet. The tablet is now available for pre-order in Europe.
Arnova, which operates as subsidiary brand of Archos, has listed the new 9.7 inch Arnova 97 G4 tablet on its official website, which will be aimed at the budget end of the market.
Late last night we reported that Archos was preparing to launch a new smartphone line for the European market. The news is now official. The three budget-oriented handsets are the 35 Carbon, 50 Platinum and 53 Platinum.
Archos is in the midst of preparing four new phones for the European market. Those devices, ranging from a very basic offering dubbed the Carbon 35 to the top-end Platinum 48, provide an offering from Archos at just about every price point, and to suit a variety of needs.
After it was showcased at CES 2013, Archos’ Jelly Bean gaming tablet, the 7-inch GamePad, is finally available for purchase in America for $179.
Archos has a very balanced and diverse budget-friendly tablet offering, including a couple of undervalued greats like the Gamepad and 101 XS. But one of the most eccentric gadgets released by Archos lately is definitely the FamilyPad.
The new Platinum series groups three slates, the 8-inch Archos 80 Platinum, the 9.7-inch Archos 97 Platinum, and the super-sized Archos 116 Platinum, with its 11.6-inch display.
If there’s anything notable about Archos beyond its lineup of tablets with lukewarm reception, it’s the incredible video player the French company released for Android.
Guess what your favorite budget Android tablet maker is up to? If rumor is to be believed, Archos is about to make its debut in the already-crowded but still attractive Android smartphone market.
Having originally launched the Gamepad back in December, Archos has now announced that the official U.S. launch date for the GamePad is set for February 2013.