Lots of device makers are getting more into the glitter of launching their products outside their native lands. Asian manufacturers are the most typical customers of this international deal for a long time. But now, other continental makers especially in Europe has been also hooked and proudly present their devices in the global market. One good example is the French-based company named [easyazon-link asin=”B004K1EA6U” locale=”us”]Archos[/easyazon-link] which happens to engage giving the public a fair competitive play.
One of the aimed top industries of every maker is the United States. However, before their products are launched in the U.S., they must be approved by the Federal Communications Commission or the FCC. On previous reports, an 8-inch tablet from Archos codenamed as Cobalt 80 has visited the FCC website for a future U.S. launch. It has a fair 1024 x 768 pixel resolution display powered by a dual-core TI OMAP 4 processor.
But then again, just recently, a slate codenamed as Archos Cobalt 70 from the line of Arnova tablets popped up in the FCC site. The number 70 hints the tablet as to have 7 inches panel display then. Limited data are only there to support the document including an 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity option. Its processor to carry is still unknown; yet Archos has a custom of packing its Arnova tablets with inexpensive chips from the Chinese maker Rockchip. As well as a TI OMAP processors for those of the higher-end Archos family members.
At the moment, the Archos Arnova 70 Cobalt tablet does not support any info regarding its market rate. It could be a low or a mid-priced slate when up to sales. But according to Archos from the previous reports, the company aims to present the public affordable tablets under the Arnova brand as well as mid-range slates under the Archos Elements brand in the near future.
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