The Archos 50 Diamond is a smartphone featuring an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, and running Android 4.4.4. The IPS display runs at a full 1080p resolution, and the rear 16…
Archos announced its army of upcoming Android smartphones, all of which fall below the $200 price range. They include the 50 Oxygen Plus, 52 Platinum, 59 Xenon, and 62 Xenon.
Archos announced its new series of Android-powered smartphones, Platinum, with the 45c Platinum and 50b Platinum. While they aren't made out of platinum, they do carry extremely low price tags.
Right in time for CES 2015, Archos, primarily known for making cheap Android smartphones and tablets, continues its trend by announcing the 50 Diamond Android smartphone and 80b Helium Android tablet.
Ahead of the IFA tech show in Berlin, French electronics company Archos has unveiled the Diamond Tab, a 7.9-inch budget tablet with LTE connectivity. In terms of specs, it stacks favorably against the competition.
Another player entered the PC stick market as Archos announced the release of its own model for less than $100. It has a quad-core Intel chip, two gigabytes of RAM and 32GB of storage.
The Archos 70 started their line of tablets with tons of memory. This one came with a 250 GB hard drive.
Archos has announced a new affordable entry-level smartphone, the Archos 50b Platinum.
The Archos ArcBook is a budge-friendly laptop running the Android operating system, and features a 10.1" multitouch display.
The Archos FamilyPad is a 13.3" slate tablet designed for families to gather around and use together, for media entertainment.
Archos attempts to compete with Amazon Kindle Fire with their own under $200 tablet with the Archos 70b.
The Archos 43 is the middle of the their line of tablets with a 4.3 inch screen.
The Archos 35 runs off of Android 2.2 OS, and utilizes a 3.5-inch touchscreen interface with 480 x 272 pixel native resolution, an 800 MHz processor, and 4 GB of internal flash…
The Archos 9 is a Windows 7 based tablet that can play videos in 1080p Full HD resolution.
Archos offers up a beefed MP3 player, or as they call it a pocket-sized tablet, with 8 GBs of storage.