Archos Unveils New Titanium Line Of Tablets At CES

It looks like this year is going to be a tablet year for Archos as the company announced an additional four more tablets at the CES on top of the two previously shown off. These tablets fall under their Titanium line which offers superb performance and offers the best value for your money.

Common to all four tablets is the use of a high-def IPS screen, 1.6 GHz CPU ,a quad core GPU and the use of Android 4. 1 Jelly Bean. The difference between these models is the display size which varies from 7 inches all the way up to 10.1 inches.

The ARCHOS 70 Titanium

  • 7 inches
  • 119€, $119, £99
  • similar features to competitors such as Amazon, at a better price point

The ARCHOS 80 Titanium

  • 8 inches
  • 169€, $169, £149
  • similar features to the iPad mini at a better price point

The ARCHOS 101 Titanium

  • 10.1 inches
  • 199€, $199, £169
  • similar features to the competition at a better price point

The ARCHOS 97 Titanium HD

  • 9.7 inches
  • 2048 x 1536 pixels
  • 249€, $249 and £199
  • an alternative to the new iPad for half the price

The company seems to be going head on to the popular models of other manufacturers by offering great specs at a low price. The Archos 70 Titanium for instance will compete directly with Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The $80 price difference between the two devices will make consumers think twice on whether to buy the more expensive model or opt for the cheaper one and use the savings on other items.

One thing we are impressed with is the ARCHOS 97 Titanium HD which has the same resolution as the iPad with Retina display yet comes at half the cost.

The company didn’t provide any details when these tablets will be released but hopefully it will be on March which is the same time their Platinum line will hit the market.

Stay tuned at this site as we provide you further details on this exciting new line.

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