We’ve talked about a few interesting Archos products during the past few months, like the Archos GamePad. Last time we’ve checked what the manufacturer has in store for us it was ahead of CES, when the company has officially announced and detailed the Archos TV Connect, a pretty interesting gadget that brings the Google TV experience to your non-smart HDTV.
But speaking of CES, the company had its own booth at the event in Las Vegas and it had more goodies to showcase, other than a gaming tablet and the TV Connect. More details after the break.
Archos Titanium Series
The Titanium series consists in not one, or two, but four tablets built by Archos that arrive in different shapes and sizes. There have been a lot of similar products present at CES but the Titanium series managed to stand out from the crowd thanks to its competitive price tags. However, before we go into that let’s take a look at the gadgets themselves.
All four tablets are powered by a dual-core 1.6 GHz CPU and a quad-core graphics chip, they feature a High Definition IPS display, all four of them arrive with Android 4.1 and they’re all Google certified.
As stated before, the biggest difference between these slates comes from the size of the screen, and price tag. The Archos 70 arrives with a 7-inch screen and is priced at 119€, $119 or £99, and the Archos 80 arrives with an 8-inch display and the price-range is 169€, $169 or £149 (take that iPad Mini).
There’s also the Archos 97 which sports a -you guessed it- 9.7-inch display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, and the 101 Titanium that packs a 10.1 inch screen. These two have a price tag of 249€ / $249 / £199 and 199€ / $199 / £169 respectively.
Pretty competitive prices there and that’s what makes these slates quite interesting. They’ve got our attention now, and we’re quite eager to see how they perform. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted.