Archos Titanium 7″, 8″, 9.7″, 10.1″, 40-50% cheaper than Nexus7/KindleFire/iPadMini/iPad4/Nexus10

Posted by Charbax – January 13, 2013

Craig Terblanche of Archos USA shows us the new Archos Titanium range of tablets based on the dual-core Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 with Mali-400MP4, on Android 4.1, all Google Certified, 8GB Flash and 1GB RAM, IPS screens, aluminum chassis in thin and light form factors, white color, 7" 1024x600 $119 (40% cheaper than Nexus7 and Kindle Fire HD), 8" 1024x768 $169 (50% cheaper than iPad Mini), 9.7" 2048x1536 Retina $249 (50% cheaper than iPad 4), 10.1" 1280x800 $199 (50% cheaper than Nexus10).

  • ok but I have 2 questions :
    – Will Archos upgrade their products this time (and support Android 4.2+) ?
    – What about the batteries ?

  • Jack Nipper

    Sure they look good. And Archos is known for their good software support – NOT!

    I will never come back to Archos after I felt really butthurt with Archos 5 IT, which was a nice hardware too, but with its software support felt like a scam 🙁

  • What do you expect? Archos 5 IT came out in the time of Android 1.5 Cupcake, how could any company, be it Archos or Samsung provide such multi-purpose pocket device with perfect firmware functionalities and zero bugs activating tons of new unseen features, all that 3 years before Jelly Bean. You cannot reasonably expect that from any sized company. I think the Archos 5 IT was an awesome product for its time and now Archos’s Jelly Bean devices are also awesome value for the market today.