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Archos 80 G9 Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

Archos 80 G9 Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

It's time to look at another Android tablet here on SlashGear, this one coming correct with the first dual-core processor to exist on an Android tablet that's not a Tegra 2. This is the ARCHOS 80 G9 tablet, one of two, the larger being the 101, both of them holding basically the same set of specs inside. Will the kickstand on this lovely little mid-sized tablet make it stand up against the competition, or will it down in a sea of tablet-like devices? We shall see!

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Archos G9 Android Honeycomb tablets go pre-order September 20

Archos G9 Android Honeycomb tablets go pre-order September 20

If you have been waiting for the Archos G9 tablets to hit stores so you can run in and buy one the time is near. Last time we reported, the tablets were set to launch this month. Now Archos has gone official and has announced that the G9 tablets will go up for pre-order on the 20th of September. They will hit stores in October for you to walk in and buy or order online. The G9 tablet has two members in the line with the 10.1-inch screen veriuson and the 8-inch screen version.

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Archos Arnova 8 G2 Android Tablet Seen at FCC

Archos Arnova 8 G2 Android Tablet Seen at FCC

The folks at Archos have delivered their newest iteration of the Arnova 8 G2 tablet to the FCC, showing off both internal views and accessories that will be included with the tablet as it reaches store shelves in the near future. This device has appeared at the FCC previously but has not until this point been seen by the public in photos as clear as what's been seen today. Two lovely silver rulers frame the device in all its glory in the main image here in this post.

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The Daily Slash : July 27, 2011

The Daily Slash : July 27, 2011

Today's edition of the Daily Slash is strewn with rumors and speculation about none other than the fastest selling Android device of all time, that being the Samsung Galaxy S II. I say speculation and rumors because this device is not yet released in the USA, and once it does get here, it could be in basically any shape or form, so watch out! We've also of course got reviews of the brand new MacBook Air as well as Mac OS X Lion, not to mention the brand new Toshiba Thrive, the Motorola XPRT, and yes, we do have several giveaways going on this week, all of them for tablets.

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SlashGear Archos 101 Internet Tablet Giveaway

SlashGear Archos 101 Internet Tablet Giveaway

As you may have guessed, we're big on tablets at SlashGear, and so when Archos offered us its 10.1-inch Archos 101 Internet Tablet, we thought we'd offer it to our readers in a new giveaway. The Android slate weighs just 480g and is a mere 12mm thick, and is idea for web-browsing and multimedia playback.

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Archos G9 tablets to ship in September

Archos G9 tablets to ship in September

You might recall last month we spent a bit of hands on time with the new Archos G9 80 and G9 101 tablets. The tablets were prototype devices, not the final consumer versions. The tablets had decent performance even though Chris though the TI OMAP 4 1.5GHz processor was slow compared to the Tegra 2 we commonly see on Android tablets today. At the time, we played with the tablets the launch date was pegged as a vague "this fall."

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Archos 35 Home Connect & Smart Home Phone hands-on

Archos 35 Home Connect & Smart Home Phone hands-on

The two new Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablets aren't Archos' only new products to use Google's open-source OS; the company also has the somewhat more unusual Archos 35 Home Connect and the companion Smart Home Phone, a chumby-style internet radio and a DECT cordless home phone. Announced last week, we rolled up our sleeves and had a fondle of them today.

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Archos 80 G9 and 101 G9 Tablets hands-on [Video]

Archos 80 G9 and 101 G9 Tablets hands-on [Video]

With the iPad dominant in both market- and mind-share, it takes something special to distract from Apple's all-conquering slate. Archos reckons it has the answer with the 80 G9 and 101 G9 tablets, a pair of low-cost models announced last week and priced from just $279 despite a 1.5GHz TI dual-core OMAP4 processor. SlashGear grabbed some hands-on time with the two slates today, to see if they lived up to their lofty aspirations.

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

New hope for the Nokia and Microsoft partnership came this week with the unveiling of the N9 MeeGo handset and the Windows Phone Mango version of it dubbed the "Sea Ray." The N950 sports a similar styling but will have a larger screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and be deemed a developer-only device. All in all, a positive week in developments for Nokia, but not so much for RIM. The BlackBerry maker began layoffs this week and further cut back sales estimates of the PlayBook tablet.

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Archos Debuts Android-Based 35 Home Connect And Smart Home Phone

Archos Debuts Android-Based 35 Home Connect And Smart Home Phone

Along with the unveiling of the new Archos G9 series tablets, the company is also releasing two new Android-based devices for the home. The Archos 35 Home Connect is an Android-based web radio while the Archos 35 Smart Home Phone is an Android DECT phone. With these two new offerings, Archos hopes to bring Android functionality to your everyday home devices.

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Archos G9 Android 3.1 Tablets Get Dual-Core Fast, 250GB Storage, 3G Ready, And Low Price

Archos G9 Android 3.1 Tablets Get Dual-Core Fast, 250GB Storage, 3G Ready, And Low Price

Archos is known for offering affordable alternatives, but today they've really outdone themselves and most of the competition. They've just unveiled two new Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablets---the Archos 80 G9 and the Archos 101 G9---that rock some pretty nice specs and possibly the largest on board storage, but slot in at the sub-$350 price range.

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Archos Arnova 7 Android Tablet Officially $99

Archos Arnova 7 Android Tablet Officially $99

Archos unveiled today their latest Android tablet, the Arnova 7, that's a true budget-pleasing tablet. The Arnova 7 is a set to launch for only $99, which is cheaper than basic e-readers. But that incredibly low price also means lots of sacrifice when it comes to specs.

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