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Archos unveils the 80 Cesium Windows 8.1 budget tablet

Archos unveils the 80 Cesium Windows 8.1 budget tablet

Ever since Microsoft lowered the entry barrier for putting Windows on small form devices, there has been quite a rush of budget-friendly Windows tablets in the market. Archos, long known for that category especially with Android, is taking another stab at that same market with the Archos 80 Cesium, an Intel-powered Windows 8.1 tablet that tries to deliver your choice of finger-friendliness or productivity, either in your pocket, bag, or desk.

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Archos VR Glasses jump into the virtual reality fray

Archos VR Glasses jump into the virtual reality fray

The tips have proven to be true and French manufacturer Archos has indeed unveiled its next device obsession. While many OEMs are still struggling to join the smartwatch train, Archos perhaps decide that it's more fun to play, quite literally, in a virtual market. Virtual reality, that is. Luckily for us, while Archos does have its own smartphone line, it isn't rooting for any single one and has instead made its VR Glasses compatible with almost every size short of 6 inches.

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Archos virtual reality headset tipped to launch soon

Archos virtual reality headset tipped to launch soon

Virtual reality is upon us, and many companies have been busy at work on their own VR offerings, not to mention Google's interesting Cardboard headset. According to a report from ArcTablet, it looks like Archos is also getting into the market, with the company reportedly being set to launch its own VR headset either next month or in December. Notably, the headset will only be priced at about $38 USD, making it a budget-friendly option for those looking to trifle with the technology without significant investments.

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Archos 45c and 50b Platinum budget handsets pack KitKat

Archos 45c and 50b Platinum budget handsets pack KitKat

Archos has unveiled a fresh batch of smartphones, both colorful and with designs similar to what we've seen with the maker's other recent handsets. The Archos 50b Platinum and the 45c Platinum are both aimed at budget buyers, offering a solid mix of low pricing and decent specs.

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Archos ‘Music Beany’ is your new connected hat

Archos ‘Music Beany’ is your new connected hat

Here’s a novel concept; what if you could remember to bring a hat, but also be able to listen to music when you leave the house? Archos is banking that’s a concept you’ll love, as they’ve announced a strange new connected “device” that will deliver just that. The ‘Music Beany’ is a cover for your cranium, but will also keep the beats bumping.

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Archos Smart Home kit hits shelves for DIY automation

Archos Smart Home kit hits shelves for DIY automation

Archos' Smart Home platform has hit shelves, offering yet another way to wade into home automation without having to trail wires around the house. Announced back in December, the system centers on a central tablet hub, and uses a tweaked version of Bluetooth Smart that Archos' engineers have fettled to improve range and capacity.

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Archos 50b and 50c Oxygen handsets target budget buyers

Archos 50b and 50c Oxygen handsets target budget buyers

Archos has rolled out a couple of smartphones for budget buyers, the 50b Oxygen and the 50c Oxygen. Both handsets ship with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, as well as 720p HD 5-inch displays. The biggest difference between the two is the power they're packing under the hood.

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Archos ArcBook tries to revive the Android netbook

Archos ArcBook tries to revive the Android netbook

Remember netbooks? Archos does, and it's not willing to let them go, announcing the Android-powered ArcBook with a 10.1-inch touchscreen display and a keyboard. Running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on a dualcore Cortex A9 chip with 1GB of memory, the ArcBook is unlikely to set any speed records, but Archos is positioning it as an affordable sub-Chromebook option for education.

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Archos expands off-contract lines for MWC 2014

Archos expands off-contract lines for MWC 2014

This week the folks at Archos have let it be known that they’re not about to stop producing low-cost smartphones and tablets for the masses. These devices expand on Archos burgeoning Helium 4G line with a tablet and Oxygen, Xenon, and Titanium lines as well. The whole lot will be at Mobile World Congress 2014 as well, so we’ll be nabbing hands-on with the collection this next week.

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Archos eyes entry in Windows Phone market

Archos eyes entry in Windows Phone market

Archos is a smartphone and tablet maker that has been relying on the Android operating system for years now. In Early January, the company rolled out some new devices called the Archos 45 and 50 Helium smartphones that run Android. The future of the company may have more in store than new Android devices.

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Archos 45 and 50 Helium official: off-contract and quad-core

Archos 45 and 50 Helium official: off-contract and quad-core

Next week at CES 2014 the folks at Archos will be bringing out two devices with the names Archos 45 Helium and Archos 50 Helium. These devices will both be priced in at under $200 unlocked, allowing them to take part in the relatively new rather-inexpensive fad going on in the international market today.

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Archos smartwatches teased with “pebble-like” design

Archos smartwatches teased with “pebble-like” design

There appears to be some great weight coming with the proliferation of the Pebble watch in the wearables market today, at least so far as other competing companies go. As proven today by Archos, the Pebble smart watch is so well known amongst early adopters that they’ve decided to use the term “pebble-like” in their press release for their own watches. They’ve even gone so far as the use the term with a lower-cased P.

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