The Archos 32 portable media player is the first of five new Android powered internet tablets that Archos introduced a few weeks ago to actually go on sale. You can order the 3.2 inch device for $149.99 from the Archos web site. But the rest of the new Archos tablets aren’t expected to hit the streets until October.
B&H has posted product pages for the tablets though, and you can sign up to receive a notification email when they’re in stock. You can also get a better sense of the pricing for these 2.8 inch to 10.1 inch tablets. The Archos 101 10 inch model with a capacitive multitouch display and 1GHz CPU will be available in at least two configurations. With 8GB of storage, it will cost $299.99, but the 16GB model will run $349.99. That seems like quite a price bump when you can easily pick up an 8GB SD card of less than $50, but that’s life.
The 7 inch Archos 70 will also be available in at least two configurations, both running $274.99 at B&H. You can either get the tablet with an 8GB solid state disk or a 250GB hard drive for that price.
The 4.3 inch Archos 43 will be available with 8G or 16GB of storage for $199.99 or $249.99 respectively.
B&H is charging $119.99 for the 2.8 inch Archos 28, which is about $20 more than I’d been expecting, but I suspect it may be available for less money from other retailers eventually.
Noticeably absent from the B&H pages? The Archos 32… which is the only version currently available for purchase.
via Netbook News