The Archos 9 Internet Tablet now has an SSD, while the Archos 7 Home Tablet will now feature a faster 800MHz processor, 8GB flash memory and Google Android 2.1 Eclair. The Archos 7 still has 7-inch display with a 800 × 480 pixel resolution along with a resistive touchscreen.
Well looky here. The Archos 9 tablet has just received a processor upgrade, from the original 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 CPU to the 1.2GHz Atom Z515 CPU with Hyper-Threading and Intel Burst Performance Technology. Even with the upgrade, the device still sells for the same $549.99 price tag, so that’s a bonus.
To remind you, some other specifications of the Archos 9 tablet are an 8.9-inch display, 32GB SSD, Windows 7 Starter Edition, and 1GB of RAM. Looks like now is the time to buy it.
Archos has finally unleashed more info regarding their upcoming touchscreen tablet, the Archos 9. The announcement comes at the same time as Microsoft’s prototype tablet, called Courier. The 9-inch tablet is powered by an Intel Atom processor, with up to 120GB of disk space, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity and Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
Some other features include 1GB of RAM, a lithium-ion battery, webcam, and the virtual keyboard. It also comes bundled with software, which includes Microsoft Office and Skype.