At Mobile World Congress 2018 this week Archos has unveiled their new Android powered personal assistant in the form of the Archos Hello. Which is available in two different versions offering owners either a 7-inch HD or 8.4-inch FHD screen. The desktop Android personal assistant features a HD or FHD IPS touch screen, high fidelity speaker and full connectivity and is powered by a quad core processor and come preloaded with Google’s Android Ore operating system.
The Archos Hello personal assistant will be available during the summer months of 2018 priced at €130 for the 7 inch display version or €180 for the larger 8.4 inch touchscreen display version. Both models can be used in either portrait or landscape orientations. The Archos Hello is capable of streaming content from services such as Google Music, Spotify, YouTube and more as well as being able to broadcast information such as photographs, videos, details about music tracks and more. The Archos Hello can also broadcast content to a larger screens such as your main TV or similar. As well as being able to manage all connected devices throughout your house such as lights, heating, surveillance cameras, shutters and more, and supports voice control to the PicoWAN range of smartplug hardware.
The quad core processor within the Archos Hello is supported by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage and is fitted with four long-range multidirectional microphones as well as a five megapixel camera. Connectivity is provided via both Bluetooth and WiFi and Archos have equipped the personal assistant with a 4,000mAH rechargeable battery. “A true companion for everyone at home, ARCHOS Hello is ideal to receive and make video calls with Google Duo, to send messages, to listen to and to answer queries: news, weather forecasts, traffic conditions, consultation applications and services … it doesn’t miss a thing! “ Archos explains. For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Archos website by following the link below.
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