archos 10sArchos has rolled out an updated version of its Archos 10 netbook, this time with the clever name of the Archos 10s. The 10s is decked out with the usual netbook specs including a 10.2 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel screen, 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a 80GB hard drive. But it comes in a smaller and thinner case than the original Archos 10.

The new model weighs just about 2.2 pounds and measures just 22mm or 0.87 inches thick.

The company has also introduced a new 13 inch notebook with a CULV processor called the Archos 13 (yes, I know, the names are amazingly original), and a new 9 inch tablet with an Intel Atom processor.

via Engadget

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