French tablet maker Archos plans to launch a number of new Android tablets this year, and it looks like at  least two of them will be Google certified devices. That means that unlike all of the tablets Archos sold until last year, the new models will come with the Google Play Store, Gmail, YouTube, Maps, and other apps preloaded.

Archos already offers a few Google certified devices included the Archos 101 G9, Archos 80 G9, and Archos 70b.

The folks at JBmm noticed entries for two more Archos tablets at Google’s list of officially certified devices.

The new models include the Archos 101 G10 and the Archos 97 Carbon. The former will likely have a 10.1 inch screen while the latter will probably have a 9.7 inch display. Archos has also said it could offer an optional keyboard docking station for the 10 inch tablet, much like the ones Asus offers for its Transformer line of tablets.

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