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.
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