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Archos 70 Tablet with Android 2.2 Available Now


Wednesday 03rd of November 2010 / androidguys.com
Following the release of their Archos 43 internet tablet yesterday, Archos has just dropped the new 7-inch model in their store.  The 8GB Archos 70 tablet runs Android 2.2 and retails for a reasonable $279.99.  The tablet a has resolution of 800×480, features a 1GHz processor, TV output, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth, and USB support.  Like the Archos 43, it also has Samba and UPnP protocols built-in for streaming of video.  It also supports 3D graphics for video games with OpenGL acceleration.  And since we’re talking Android 2.2 here, users will enjoy full Flash content.Archos has the hardware specs to compete with the other brand name Android tablets (Samsung, Huawei, etc) but the lack of Android Market support might turn a few customers away.Archos plans to ship a $350 model which features a 250GB (traditional/spinning) hard drive model shortly
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Archos Shipping 101 Android Tablet Now


Friday 19th of November 2010 / androidspin.com
Now that Archos has already started shipping the much smaller 43 internet tablet followed by the Archos 70 tablet, it only makes sense that they would follow them up with the Archos 101 tablet which is available now. The Archos 101 Android tablet comes in two versions, you can get the 8GB tablet for $299.99 or the 16GB tablet for $349.99.Features of the Archos 101 Android tablet include:Android 2.1 10.1 inch WSVGA 1024×600 displayHDMI out720p video playbackWi-Fi NExpandable storage via Micro SDBluetoothWhile the Archos 101 tablet ships with only Android 2.1, Archos promises an upgrade to Android 2.2 by the end of the month. The Android Market application does not ship on the device, but we’re sure you can find the application floating around the interwebs. Head over to Archos now to order your 101 tablet and be sure to let us know in the comments what you think.Via: Archos, Engadget
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Archos 101 Android Tablet Shipping Now


Friday 19th of November 2010 / phandroid.com
Following launches of their 43 and 70 internet tablets, Archos has started shipping their 101 internet tablet. You can grab the 8GB version for $299.99, with the 16GB version running you $50 more. For all of that cash, you get a very respectable device. The ARCHOS 101 sports a 10.1-inch  (hence the 101) WSVGA (1024×600) display, 720p video playback, HDMI out connectivity, WiFi N, Bluetooth, and the ability to expand device storage via a microSD card slot.It’ll ship with Android 2.1, but Archos is committing to 2.2 before the end of this month. No Android market, as we expected, but we hear it can be loaded onto most of Archos’s devices as long as you don’t mind doing a bit of research. Click through to Archos now to check it out. [via Softpedia]
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android market for tablet


Thursday 11th of August 2011 / everythingandroid.org
Hi--I recently bought an Archos 43 tablet. I am trying to access Android Market. I installed arctools, but have no idea how to proceed from there.Any help would be appreciated.Thanks!
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ARCHOS Reveals New Lineup of Tablets


Tuesday 31st of August 2010 / phandroid.com
With Archos’ announcement of their new line of Android tablets, there is something for the whole family. From the wee tiniest of tots to daddy man hands these Android 2.2 devices span the size range from a humble 2.8-inches all the way to an iPad challenging 10.1-inches. What they gain from a varied product line with a form factor to fit all needs they lose in their implementation of Android, however. The Android Market is absent from the lineup along with Google apps. Instead you will have to make do with Archos’ AppsLib and their own suite of mobile software.Let’s get down to the various models. First we have the ARCHOS 28 and 32. They feature 2.8-inch and 3-inch resistive touchscreens respectively, and pack a Cortex A8 processor at 800MHz. The 28 gets 4GB of internal storage, while the 32 will hold 8GB. The latter also gets a camera capable of 720p HD recording.  The 28 goes for $100 while the 32 sets you back $150.At $200 the ARCHOS 43 gets a (you guessed it) 4.3-inch 854×480 resistive display, a Cortex A8 1GHz processor, and an HD-capable camera.The Archo
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Android Market for archos 43


Thursday 11th of August 2011 / androidtablets.net
Hi--I am new to android and to the forum. I am trying to access Android Market. Was told to use arctools. I did download it, but have no clue where to go now. The instructions I saw on android market for tablets was above my head as I am a complete novice.Thanks!
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Archos 43 Internet Tablet Now Available, 101 Tablet Delayed?


Tuesday 02nd of November 2010 / phandroid.com
Archos is now taking orders for their 4.3-inch internet tablet – the ARCHOS 43 Internet Tablet – and price of admission will run you $250.  It has a 4.3-inch WVGA touchscreen, an HD camcorder, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, the ability to beam your phone’s screen to the TV, stream media files from your PC, and more. There’s no Android market, but they have included AppsLib to help you get some apps onto the device.Unfortunately, the 10.1-inch version seems to have been delayed, we’re told. We’re not sure why, but the wait won’t be long as those who’ve pre-ordered it should still be seeing it before the end of this month. Head over to Archos now if you want to order one for yourself.
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ARCHOS Reveals New Lineup of Tablets


Tuesday 31st of August 2010 / devel.phandroid.com
With Archos’ announcement of their new line of Android tablets, there is something for the whole family. From the wee tiniest of tots to daddy man hands these Android 2.2 devices span the size range from a humble 2.8-inches all the way to an iPad challenging 10.1-inches. What they gain from a varied product line with a form factor to fit all needs they lose in their implementation of Android, however. The Android Market is absent from the lineup along with Google apps. Instead you will have to make do with Archos’ AppsLib and their own suite of mobile software.Let’s get down to the various models. First we have the ARCHOS 28 and 32. They feature 2.8-inch and 3-inch resistive touchscreens respectively, and pack a Cortex A8 processor at 800MHz. The 28 gets 4GB of internal storage, while the 32 will hold 8GB. The latter also gets a camera capable of 720p HD recording.  The 28 goes for $100 while the 32 sets you back $150.At $200 the ARCHOS 43 gets a (you guessed it) 4.3-inch 854×480 resistive display, a Cortex A8 1GHz processor, and an HD-capable camera.The Archo
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Archos 101 Android Tablet Shipping Now


Friday 19th of November 2010 / devel.phandroid.com
Following launches of their 43 and 70 internet tablets, Archos has started shipping their 101 internet tablet. You can grab the 8GB version for $299.99, with the 16GB version running you $50 more. For all of that cash, you get a very respectable device. The ARCHOS 101 sports a 10.1-inch  (hence the 101) WSVGA (1024×600) display, 720p video playback, HDMI out connectivity, WiFi N, Bluetooth, and the ability to expand device storage via a microSD card slot.It’ll ship with Android 2.1, but Archos is committing to 2.2 before the end of this month. No Android market, as we expected, but we hear it can be loaded onto most of Archos’s devices as long as you don’t mind doing a bit of research. Click through to Archos now to check it out. [via Softpedia]
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Archos 43 internet tablet now shipping


Monday 01st of November 2010 / androidcentral.com
If you're a fan of the Archos 43 internet tablet and have already placed your preorder, you'll be pleased to know that shipments have started. We went hands on with a number of upcoming Archos devices back at IFA 2010, and the Archos 43 was one of them. The Android 2.2, 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor packing internet tablet might not be the device for you but many folks have been waiting for them to ship despite the fact it has no Android Market access. Any one out there already get theirs? Thanks, Mike!
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