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.
Archos has shown off four more tablets at CES, this time part of the Titanium series. Can the their sleek design and serious hardware help Archos break into the already crowded tablet marketplace?
Despite all rumors and predictions calling this year’s CES rather boring and uneventful beforehand, the Vegas reality proved the pundits dead wrong. While some of the big guys, including Samsung, LG and HTC, were awfully silent, it was the smaller companies that brought the heat.
The Archos team will bring the new TV Connect to your home to change your TV experience. With it, you’ll be able to turn your HDTV into a huge Android tablet with full access to the Play Store!
Archos has officially unveiled a new tablet called Archos 97 Titanium HD featuring Android Jelly Bean and a display that is comparable to the iPad’s.
Back in August we mentioned that the Archos Gamepad was expected to arrive in Europe by October. While Archos missed that original target by two months, the Android gaming tablet is now finally available for just €149.99.
Own an Archos 101 XS? We have great news for you. Archos has now started rolling out an update that brings Android 4.1.1 to the tablet.
When Toshiba unveiled that monstrous 13-inch Excite 13 tablet, very many of us were ready to bet big money on it becoming a major flop. Still, it seems that not only has the tab been a hit, but it has also managed to create a niche for gargantuan slates.
Archos has unveiled the latest in their Elements tablet lineup. This model is the Archos 80 Cobalt, which is the third in the lineup. The 80 Cobalt has an 8-inch display and is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
In September, Toys R Us revealed it was preparing to release its own children’s tablet. Just in time for the holiday season, the Tabeo is now officially available online or directly at Toys R Us retail locations.