Archos 32 Portable Media Player stops by the FCC for a visit
The Archos 32 is a 3.2 inch internet tablet and media player that’s part of a new line of Android-powered tablets from Archos. Last week a premature retail listing gave us a few details about the device, but now we have the first photos, courtesy of the FCC.
The Archos 32 8G Internet Tablet looks more like an iPod touch than an iPad, due to its small, phone-like size. It has a 400 x 240 pixel display and an ARM cortex A8 CPU, as well as GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a video output. It also appears to have a directional pad, which could come in handy for controlling media playback or video games.
There’s also a camera, accelerometer, and the same media software used on larger Achos tablets such as the Archos 5 Internet Tablet. The media software can handle a ton of audio and video codecs including MKV, H.264, WMV, FLV, FLAC, OGG Vorbis, and AAC. It looks like Archos will also be offering a DVR Statoin add-on and several other accessories including a TV output snap-on, a car mount, a battery dock, and a mini dock.
There’s no official word on pricing, but J&R had briefly listed the Archos 32 for about $150 before removing the product page.
You can find more photos after the break.