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Archos releases 80 Titanium and 97 Titanium

The 80 Titanum and 97 Titanium have just expanded the product lineup of Archos. The 80 Titanium is priced at $169, while the larger variant at $249.



These slates share similar specifications, and the difference between them is mainly the size of their display. The Archos 80 Titanum packs an 8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. Meanwhile, the Archos 97 Titanium comes has a 9.7-inch capacitive multi-touch display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. These displays support H.264 HD video playback up to 1080p at 30fps as well as MPEG-4 HD, up to 1080p at 30fps.

Both tablets sport Dual-core A9 processors running at 1.6GHz, Quad-core GPU Mali 400 MP4, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of flash memory,  microSD card expansion up to 64GB, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.

The 80 Titanium has a front webcam of an unspecified number of megapixels, plus a rear-facing 2 MP camera. The 97 Titanium, for its part, has a 2 MP front camera complemented by a 5 MP rear camera.

Interfaces on the devices include Micro USB 2.0, USB host via OTG, 3.5 mm audio jack, HDMI, and as mentioned, a microSD card slot. Furthermore, the tablets come with a built in speaker, microphone, G-sensor, and a Lithium Polymer battery. Wi-Fi is the sole wireless technology supported by both tablets.

As for their dimensions, the 80 Titanium spans 7.9 x 6 x 0.38 in and weighs 0.97 pounds, while the 97 Titanium measures 9.4 x 7.2 x 0.35 in and weighs 22.5 oz.

Apart from the 80 Titanium and the 97 Titanium, there are two other tablets in the Titanium Series, including the 70 Titanium and 101 Titanium.

These slates are part of the Elements series, a set of tablets which have names taken from naturally-occuring chemical substances. Among the other tablets in the series are the Archos 97 Carbon, Archos 97 Xenon, Archos 80 Cobalt, and the Archos Platinum.

via engadget, archos

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