Archos has just revealed its latest touchscreen tablet the Archos 9. Which has a larger 9″ screen an Intel Atom processor, up to 120 GB disk drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity and will run Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
The Archos 9 Tablet is 0.68 inches thick and weighs 28 ounces and has 1GB of RAM installed, and is powered by a lithium-ion battery and has navigation buttons located on the sides to control the speakers, webcam, and the virtual keyboard. It also comes bundles with Microsoft Office and Skype among other software.
The Tablet is expected to start shipping on October 22nd to co-inside with the release of Windows 7 and will available for around $500.
Via WiredFiled Under: Gadgets News, Hardware, Technology News