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French company Archos has bee selling Android tablets since before Google officially supported tablets. In the early days Archos tablets were among the few options available for folks that wanted Android on a device that wasn’t a phone.

When other device makers started getting in on the action, Archos still stood out for a while due to the low prices of its devices.

These days Archos tablets have to compete with dozens, if not hundreds of dirt cheap Android tablets… so there’s not really much to help the company’s latest products stand out. Still, that hasn’t stopped Archos from bringing new models to market year after year. Now the folks at ArcTablet have uncovered some details and pictures for 7 new Archos tablets and a few new phones.

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3 replies on “Lilbits (7-22-2014): Even more tablets from Archos”

  1. I’d still love to see them resurrect the 5/48 as a media player (including the DVR attachments). Something near the original form factor with updated specs and options for a 1TB HD or a 240GB SSD would be fantastic, and would really set them apart.

    There has to be a corner of the market that still wants to travel with more of a media library than can be loaded onto a 64GB MicroSD.

  2. Does Archos plan on making Windows devices again? Beyond smartphones, I’m done with Android and iOS.

  3. Watch out Archos, HP might come knocking and want to slap it’s logo on your products and claim them as their own.

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