When it comes to budget-tier devices, Archos is the worth-mentioning brand around. Using its expertise in the field again, the French-based company has just revealed four new Jelly Bean-running tablets in Titanium-series in the form of 70, 80, 97 and 101. Head down for additional details.[one_fourth last=”no”]Archos Titanium 70: Featuring a 1024 x 768 pixel-res display (maybe), the 7-inch slate can be snapped up for $120.[/one_fourth] [one_fourth last=”no”]Archos Titanium 80: The 8-incher is priced at $170 and has 1024 x 768 pixel resolution display.[/one_fourth] [one_fourth last=”no”]Archos Titanium 97: Equipped with iPad-like (2048 x 1536 pixel) display resolution, the 97 is tagged at $250.[/one_fourth] [one_fourth last=”yes”]Archos Titanium 101: Priced at $200, the 10.1-inch tablet will be available for grabs packing a 1280 x 800 pixel-res display.[/one_fourth]
Running 1.6GHz dual-core processors, all Sleek aluminum design-featuring tablets are coupled with ARM Mali 400 quad-core graphics, and pack IPS HD displays. Which one lures you more to tap your wallet up?
Source: Archos (PDF)