With some companies struggling to get one tablet to market, Archos has just unveiled not one new tablet but five. Ranging from a screen size of 2.8 up to 10.1 inches.
All five tablet use Android 2.2 and are equipped with accelerometers and have built in microphones, but the major thing these tablets don’t have is access to the Android App Market place.
Instead the apps you will be able to load onto your tablets will be controlled Archos’ AppsLib and maybe another fatal over site by Archos is the apparent absence of Google apps on all the tablets, which have been replaced by Archos’s own versions of maps and music etc. Ouch.
More information on all five tablet including specifications can be found on the Archos website. Have a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Via Crunch GearFiled Under: Tablet News, Technology News