The folks from Archos revealed their new 97 Titanium tablet back in December with a Retina-like display and Jelly Bean for a low price, and today they've added three new tablets to the lineup. Here at CES the Archos crew just unveiled three new tablets will join their Titanium offering.
While the 97 Titanium is the most expensive of the pack and features a 2048×1536 resolution display, the rest are rather affordable and should make for some good budget tablets. Today Archos took the wraps off the entire family. The models will include the 70 Titanium, 80 Titanium, 101 Titanium and the previously mentioned 97 Titanium HD.
Just like all tablets from Archos the models represent their respective sizes. So we have a 7-inch mode, 8, 9.7, and 10.1-inch to rock out all with dual-core processors and Android Jelly Bean -- starting at $119. The full specs haven't been released but Archos confirms they'll all have IPS HD displays, and 1.6 GHz dual-core processors to keep things smooth. Obviously we have sleek aluminum or "titanium" designs, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Archos specifically mentions the 7-inch will also include an HD display, yet will still start at just $119 so we're guessing this will be a pretty impressive price/performance tablet. Then you'll be paying $169 for the 8-inch, $199 for the Titanium 101, and $249 for the Retina packing 97 that was announced last year. Archos states their 7-inch is similar to Amazon's offering at a better price, the 80 competes with the iPad mini, and their 9.7 Titanium is half the price of the new iPad. Obviously build quality won't be on par, but what are your thoughts on these new tablets?
[via Android Community]