Archos 80 G9 Tablet and the Archos 101 G9 Tablet

| September 23, 2011 | Comments

Those who are seeking an able alternative to Apple’s dominance within their popular iPad product might well breathe a sigh of relief at the forthcoming release of the Archos G9 tablets.

The Archos G9 is underwritten and powered via a strong Android platform which gives the user a fast and responsive device that is presented within a less expensive price tag. Sure to mop the brows of many consumers who are faced with heavy technology spending costs to meet their needs.

The Archos G9 tablets have been designed with attractive 8 inch and 10.1 inch casings and will be installed within a dual-core Android 3.2 system of Honeycomb origin and Archos will be the opening producer to make such a twin core available to consumers.

Powerfully supported by an OMAP 4 processing ability that has a 1GHz running ARM Cortex dual-core this is going to make most tablet’s users day, week or year that’s for sure.

Still, if you’re a speedy Gonzales type, there is another option that can be purchased that’s faster within the shape of the Archos G9 Turbo edition, which rather sounds like a sports car and is priced at a higher 400 dollars or so and gives an extra fifty percent power when compared to the normal tablet package.

Enabling buyers to access all that the Android market has to offer and its thousands of available applications, this gizmo is sure to be popularly used for all kinds of games and other media uses from news, to navigation and more.

When saving all your favourite stuff, options to have either internal flash based storage or an alternatively available 250GB HDD is bound to be enough to appease most hungry users.

The 8″ 16GB Archos G9 costs around $329 (£200) and the 250GB model will come in at $369 (£240)

The 10.1″ 16GB will set you back around $399 (£260) The 250GB will be around $469 (£300)





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