The Archos FamilyPad tablet with a 13 inch display has only been available since November — and only in Europe. But it looks like Archos may already be working on a second-generation FamilyPad tablet.
Test scores for a tablet called the Archos FamilyPad 2 showed up at the GLBenchmark website recently.
According to the benchmarking site, the tablet features a 1.6 GHz processor, as 12800 x 800 pixel display, and runs Google Android 4.1.1. And if the new tablet is anything like the original FamilyPad, it will probably have a large 13.3 inch screen.
Archos is positioning its FamilyPad tablets as large devices that you can use around the home for watching videos, playing multiplayer games, or performing other activities where more than one person might want to see or use the tablet at the same time.
The original FamilyPad also comes with a stand which you can use to prop it up while reading recipes int the kitchen or watching videos in the living room. Since that table weighs 2.9 pounds, the stand sounds like a pretty good idea.
It’s not yet clear how heavy the new model will be, but the folks at ArcTablet did some digging and think they’ve found some more specs, suggesting the tablet will have a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 802.11n WiFi, front and rear cameras, HDMI output, and a 10500mAh battery.
If that’s true, then the biggest changes over the original FamilyPad will be the addition of a faster processor and update from Android 4.0 to Android 4.1.