Archos is one of those companies that we always end up talking about in one way or another, thanks to its extensive range of products, mainly tablets. And judging by what the company has prepared for the IFA fair held next week, We will keep talking about her for a long time.
First of all, Archos has announced that it will continue to give great importance to the tablet sector, with new models that hope to fight from you to you against the best models in the market. If they will achieve it or not, we don't know that, but we do know that the Platinum range will be very interesting. Composed of devices with quad-core processors, screens up to 2048 × 1536, and Android 4.2, it will have the possibility of wirelessly broadcasting one of its strengths.
Meanwhile, the Archos 101xs2 (in the cover image) wants to be a reference for multimedia use, but with the ease of doing work with it thanks to the magnetic keyboard. It will also feature a quad-core processor and high definition IPS screen, plus a pair of stereo speakers.
Another interesting model is the ChildPad, which in the line of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, offers a specific interface for the smallest of the house. Gamepad 2, meanwhile, will be in charge of trying to attract gamers with its mix of tablet and portable console. It is also expected more improvements and developments in the other ranges of tablets.
But smartphones will not be left behind, and although they do not have such a predominance in the Archos catalog, this may change in the future with models such as the Archos 50 Oxygen, a device with IPS Full HD display, quad-core processor at 1.5 GHz, 16 GB of internal storage, a 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera and Android 4.2. As we can see, it seems that Archos wants to face the high range, although we are more interested in what price it will be announced.
At the other end is the range of Titanium smartphones, aimed at devices that start from ? 99, ??with dual-core processors, dual SIM, and 5 MP camera. Finally, the company drops that it is working on a smart watch, which will compete with the options of Sony and Samsung.
Source | Archos (pdf)