Manila, Philippines – Archos and its subsidiary Arnova are setting out to make huge waves in the Philippines’ personal device market with the introduction of several new gadgets aimed at further establishing their brands in the country.
Powered by Google’s latest operating system Android version 4.1 “Jelly Bean,” the new Archos and Arnova devices provide leading-edge consumer market devices at a fraction of the cost.
Archos, is also entering the smartphone business while Arnova is lining up new Wi-Fi-enabled models of 7”, 9.7” and 10.1” tablets for the entry-to-mid and high-level users.
All Archos and Arnova products are available at The Electronics Boutique, Ace Hardware, Anson Emporium, Automatic Centre, DIY Shop, Office Warehouse, Office 1 Superstore and Robinsons Appliances.
Archos GamePad, 80 Titanium, and 80XS
With years of research and development and proven market track record under its belt, Archos is well-established in the tablet industry. Archos is also proud to get a Google Certification, ensuring that its devices will come with Android’s applications, such as Google Play Store, Gmail, YouTube, Maps among others.
Archos starts off with the 80 Titanium, which features an 8-inch IPS (in-plane switching) panel that offers the best color contrast among tablets of its class.
The 80 Titanium boasts a 1.6 Gigahertz (GHz) Cortex-A9 dual-core processor and a built-in quad-core graphics processor for smooth operation of graphics heavy applications, games and even high definition videos at 1080p.
The Archos 80 Titanium has a 1 Gigabyte (Gb) RAM, a front and a rear camera, 8 Gb internal flash memory (expandable to 64 Gb via micro SD slot), Wifi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity and a mini-HDMI port.
Another new tablet is the 80XS, which has a keyboard that doubles as a magnetic cover board. This 8-inch wonder features a 1.6 GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 processor, 1 Gb of RAM and 8 Gb of internal flash memory (expandable to 64 Gb via micro SD slot), as well as WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
It can also connect to a TV to become a media player via mini-HDMI.