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Archos GranitePhone (0)

If there is any device that people nowadays cannot do without, it's the smartphone. Yes, most people carry their smartphones practically everywhere they go. The day seems empty when one does not have a phone in his or her pocket. For some people, it's like leaving your wallet at home. People now easily feel helpless without their smartphone nearby. And for people who can be quite clumsy and forgetful, this Archos GranitePhone might be the ideal phone to have around. The smartphone can carry a lot of information about its owner. The Archos GranitePhone tries to keep that information safe and secure. Its security architecture is designed to keep the information it stores safe and secure. Multiple levels of protection ensures that the data is always kept safe and discourage information thieves from ever trying to steal it. That's not all. The data you have on this phone can also be stored in a secure cloud for added flexibility. Its encrypted features allow users to securely access the data from any other device anywhere using SIKUR apps. For hardware specs, the Archos GranitePhone is just as good as the other popular smartphones out there. It comes with a 5-inch Full HD touchscreen display, a proprietary Granite OS, and a 16MP camera along with its tight security features. The Archos GranitePhone is focused on user privacy and will ensure that private data stays that way. This smartphone can be ordered at GranitePhone site for $849. Image Source: Max Borges Agency Read More

Archos PC Stick (0)

Portability has become a trend when it comes to computing devices. Mobile computing seems to be getting more popular, with computer ever getting smaller, portable and more mobile. With devices like the new Archos PC Stick, people may be changing their view and idea of what a personal computer should be. The new Archos PC Stick offers users the power of a personal computer in a device that can fit into one's pocket. This portable pocket PC stick can plug into any HDMI supported displays that also includes projectors. When connected, the Archos PC Stick will boot automatically and offer full computer features with access to Windows mobile programs. Users can connect input peripherals and other accessories to the Archos PC Stick via Bluetooth or via a USB port. The Archos PC Stick features an Intel Quad Core processor with Intel HD graphics, 2GB RAM and 32GB of storage. It runs with a Windows 10 OS and comes with a micro SD card slot for additional storage. With these specs, students and even business people will always have a portable computer handy when they need it. This new pocket PC on a stick is available for $99. Image Source: Max Borges Agency Read More

Archos 94 Magnus Tablet (0)

One of the main features that people look into when choosing tablets is storage capacity. Aside from processing speed, display size and RAM, people like to have tablets with the largest storage space possible. With tablets becoming the primary device for entertainment among an increasing number of users, the need for bigger storage space is just natural. People now store and watch HD movies on tablets, which require quite a lot of storage space. This new Archos 94 Magnus Tablet may just be the best bet available when it comes to high storage capacity tablets. The new Archos 94 Magnus can become your favorite portable media device. Its main selling feature is its incredible 256 GB worth of internal storage. That can be more than enough for storing your favorite HD videos as well as the tons of apps you download and use on a daily basis. You can even increase the storage capacity further via a microSD slot on the tablet that can accept cards up to 128 GB in terms of capacity. Aside from storage, the Archos 94 Magnus also comes with a 1.8 GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex A17 processor to give the tablet fast and efficient processing power. It also comes with a 1.5GB RAM and a separate graphics processor that can handle even the most demanding graphics and video files as well as apps. It also comes with a 9.4-inch HD IPS screen to provide clear and sharp viewing in high definition. The tablet also comes with front and back cameras that can capture your most memorable moments in images or video. A mini-HDMI port is available so that users can connect and enjoy the total Android 4.4 KitKat experience right through their HDTV. A 6400 mAh battery provides up to 10 hours of continuous use for every full charge. The Archos 94 Magnus Tablet is expected to be available sometime in April exclusively through the Archos Online store. Be ready to fork up $349 to get one. Image Source: Archos Read More

Archos Neon tablets unveiled (0)

Archos has unveiled its latest line of tablets. The Archos Neon lower-end tablets includes three models, namely 90 Neon, 97 Neon, and 101 Neon, with differences on its screen resolution and sizes. The 9.0-inch 90 Neon has 800 x 480 resolution; the 97 Neon has a 9.7-inch screen with 1024 x 768 resolution; and the 10.1-inch 101 Neon has 1024 x 600 resolution. All tablets run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, with 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot that can support up to 64GB, and 1GB of RAM. The Archos Neon devices also have a quad-core A9 processor, but the difference lie on their clock rates (1.4GHz for 90 Neon, 1.6GHz for 97 Neon, 1.4GHz for 101 Neon). The Archos 90 Neon and 101 Neon only have a front-facing camera, while the 97 Neon sports a 2-megapixel rear-facing and VGA front-facing cameras. All have WiFi connectivity and access to Google Play Store, with a full suite of Google apps pre-installed. The company has yet to announce the pricing and availability for th Archos Neon. Source: Android Community Read More

Archos Platinum tablets unveiled (0)

Archos gave a teaser of its Platinum line of tablets during the IFA last month, and now the company surprises us with not only one, but three new Archos Platinum tablets. The three models differ in size: an 8-inch, a 9.7-inch, and a 10.1-inch tablet. All versions sport 1.6GHz quad-core processors, high-resolution IPS touchscreens, dual-band WiFi, 8GB built-in internal storage, Bluetooth, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The 8-inch Archos Platinum model comes with 1024 x 768 screen resolution, while the 9.7-inch and 10.1-inch variants have 2048 x 1536 and 1280 x 800, respectively. The smallest among the three tablets also sports 1GB of DDR3 RAM while the bigger slabs have 2GB each. The 10.1-inch Archos Platinum is also equipped with GPS and a 2-megapixel camera on the front, both of which are absent on its smaller cousins (settling on a 0.3-megapixel front-facing shooter instead). Other specs all three tablets share are a mini HDMI output, microUSB port, a microSD card slot, a 3.5mm headset jack, and a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera. The Archos Platinum tablets are priced competitively, with the 8-inch model retailing at $199.99, the 9.7-inch costs $269.99, and the 10.1-inch version for $299.99. Source: Archos Read More

Archos 80 Xenon: 3G-Capable, SIM-Unlocked Android Tablet (0)

Android tablet maker Archos has unveiled its latest addition to the Elements line of slabs. The Archos 80 Xenon is an 8-inch tablet that boasts 3G capabilities (apart from WiFi connectivity) and comes SIM-unlocked. This means you could simply choose which carrier SIM you install it with, including pay-as-you-go SIM cards. "We designed the ARCHOS 80 xenon to meet the growing need and desire for large screen connectivity while on the go," says Archos CEO Loïc Poirier in a press statement. "Taking advantage of the recent arrival of affordable 3G subscriptions, the ARCHOS 80 xenon provides a full connected tablet experience anywhere, anytime." The 80 Xenon tablet comes with a vanilla version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, an unnamed 1.2GHz Qualcomm quad-core processor, an IPS display with 1024 x 768 resolution, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera, and 4GB internal storage (expandable to 64GB via microSD card). For the Android app junkies, you would be pleased to know that this tablet comes with proper Google Play credentials, enabling you to access up to 700,000 apps directly from the Android app market. No more sideloading, thank goodness! The device also comes with built-in GPS, Archos Media Center apps, and a full suite of Google Mobile apps--including Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps, Google Drive, and Google+ (with multi-user video calling). The Archos 80 Xenon tablet is set to hit shelves this June for a mere $200, which is at par with competing devices in the market. Source: Archos, via Engadget Read More

Archos 97 Titanium HD Tablet (1)

Tablets still are quite the popular gadgets they are when the Apple iPad first set foot in the market. Since then, people have quite a lot of choices available when it comes to tablets, depending on their preferences of what a good tablet is. For some, just being affordable is good enough. When it comes to affordability, Android tablets like this new Archos 97 Titanium HD still leads the pack. The new Archos 97 Titanium HD Tablet is just one of several tablets that Archos recently introduced at the 2013 CES held recently in Las Vegas. The new Archos tablets stand to be a more affordable alternative to the iPad. The Archos 97 Titanium HD Tablet features a 1.6Ghz Dual Core processor, quad core  GPU Mali graphics processor, 1GB RAM, 9.7 inch capacitive touchscreen HD display, 8GB Flash memory and runs on Android 4.1 OS. It also comes with WiFi connectivity, 2MP front camera and 5MP rear camera. It works great as a media tablet as well as for use on a variety of office tasks. The Archos 97 Titanium HD Tablet is set to be available next month and is expected to cost around US$250. Image Source: Archos Read More

Archos FamilyPad: Big Enough for the Whole Family (2)

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Archos introduces the FamilyPad, a 13.3-inch tablet designed for whole families to gather around and watch movies or play digital board games that come pre-installed into the device. The Ice Cream Sandwish-powered Archos FamilyPad has 10 times the multitouch capability, making the screen responsive to up to ten finger inputs at the same time. That amazing feature aside, the device does not have the best internal hardware: an HD display with 1,280 x 800 resolution, a microSD card slot, 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, HDMI output, and 2-megapixel cameras on the front and back. It would also offer "a variety of email accounts for each family member." People in the United Kingdom can purchase the Archos FamilyPad for £274.99 (around $438) when it arrives in December, while those in the US might have to wait for its arrival. Source: Engadget Read More

Archos GamePad Gaming Tablet (1)

Tablets really have taken the gadget world by storm. With all their touchscreen display glory, tablets really have come to fascinate a lot of consumers well enough to drive the demand for them. With many more tablets still trying to drive up the interest in the device, the demand is still going strong and even getting better than ever. But despite the novelties and features that tablets offer, there are some things that a simple touchscreen display just can't offer. In gaming for example, there are still people who long for tactile buttons to use while playing games using their tablets. That is probably the reason why Archos came up with its new GamePad Gaming Tablet. The new Archos GamePad Gaming Tablet combines both the features of a full-fledged tablet with tactile buttons on the side designed for offering that classic gaming experience. This Android gaming tablet comes with a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual core processor with a Mali 400mp quad-core GPU. It runs with the Android 4.0 OS and comes with physical control buttons and analog pad for gamers who yearn for some old school gaming experience. The Archos GamePad Gaming Tablet is expected to be available sometime in October of this year. It is expected to cost around 150 Euros or around US$188. Image Source: Archos Read More

Archos Gen10 XS Tablet (3)

Tablets have become quite popular in that they become more convenient to bring along compared to a laptop or notebook, given that the device is primarily used to go online. But with competition among tablets becoming fiercer as they become more popular, the handy feature becomes even more important along with the increase in the tablet's capabilities. With features that the new Archos Gen10 XS tablet offers, the path towards thinner tablets become even more pronounced in the tablet market. The new Archos Gen10 XS Tablet features the Android 4.0 OS and is powered by a 1.5GHz smart multi-core processor. It also comes with a 10.1 inch touchscreen display, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as full access to Google Play. But what makes this new tablet interesting is that, despite its larger screen size, the Archos Gen10 XS tablet weighs only 21 ounces and measures just 0.31 of an inch thick. This makes it one of the latest ultra-thin tablets to be coming out in the market. Another innovative feature that the Archos Gen10 XS tablet has is the Coverboard. It works as a protective cover for the tablet when not in use and also doubles as a physical keyboard with its own kickstand and dock for the tablet for easy typing. The Coverboard will become a standard accessory for every Archos Gen10 XS tablet. It is expected to be available sometime in mid-September. It is expected to cost around 300 UK Pounds or somewhere in the US$400 range. Image Source: Archos Read More



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