Archos has been a manufacturer of Android tablets for some time now, with a full portfolio that scales up and down based on specs and use cases.
Unbowed by the recent launch of Nvidia’s mighty Shield, Archos is reportedly prepping a second-gen GamePad tablet with a higher-res display, a faster processor, additional memory and more storage space.
In the crowded world of Android tablets, Archos is probably one of the better-known brand names.
Archos - a company which has thus far focused on Android tablets - has debuted a lineup of Google certified smartphones.
Archos has introduced a new lineup of Android Jelly Bean (4.1) powered tablets equipped with high-def IPS displays and quad-core processors.
9.7-inch Archos 97 TIitanium HD tablet matches Apple's Retina resolution.
The Archos 80 Cobalt boasts a slightly larger screen than the budget Android tablet norm at 8-inches, but its retail price will ultimately help determine the fate of the device.
Here's a much more in-depth look at Archos's unique Gamepad tablet.
Most tablet owners have probably played a game or watched a video that several friends or family members wanted to observe at the same time.
Archos has introduced a new Android-powered tablet designed specifically for gamers.
Archos has finally debuted its long-awaited Android-powered Gen10 XS tablet lineup.
Archos has been doing a very good job keeping hard specs for its hyped G10 XS tablet out of the limelight.
If you're in the market for a reasonably priced Android tablet with a large screen, you may want to check out the 97 Carbon manufactured by Archos.
Archos is now shipping two new Android tablets in its G9 series - the Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9. Both devices are loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich goodness.
Archos is trying to break into the market that few have entered - a kid-centric tablet.
Archos has debuted a $200 Honeycomb (3.2) tablet for those interested in buying a current-gen Android device for the new year without breaking the bank.
As news of Android tablet developments continues to grow and strengthen, Archos has now joined the fray with the biggest announcement yet. The biggest in terms of quantity, that is.
Archos is reportedly prepping its new "gen-8" Android tablet lineup for a Fall 2010 launch.
An intrepid team of hackers has deployed openAOS dualboot to run Nokia's Maemo on the Android-based Archos 5 Internet Tablet and Internet Media Tablet (IMT).
Archos has announced a $200 Android-powered tablet with a 7-inch (800x480) touch screen.