Archos has launched upcoming Android tablet, called the Archos 32. This tablet combines all the multimedia know-how that ARCHOS is famous for, with the ANDROID operating system. It also offers you an uncompromised Internet, media and TV experience in a customizable interface.
The Archos 32 Tablet looks more like an iPod touch than an iPad, due to its small, phone-like size. The Archos 32 Tablet is powered by an 800 MHz Arm Cortex processor, 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen with 400 x 240 pixel display, and is 3D capable. This Archos Tablet also comes with built-in GPS, a built-in kickstand, Bluetooth, WiFi, a 3.5mm headset jack and a built-in 8GB 8GB of internal flash storage.
The Archos 32 supports 720p video playback if affiliated to either your television or an alien adviser and it aswell supports a array of media book types out of the box. It also appears to have a directional pad, which could come in handy for controlling media playback or video games and media software. The media software can handle a ton of audio and video codecs including MKV, H.264, WMV, FLV, FLAC, OGG Vorbis, and AAC. It’s also equipped with an accelerometer, a DVR Statoin add-on and several other accessories including a TV output snap-on, a car mount, a battery dock, and a mini dock. It looks like the PMP maker is going to change identity pretty soon as a tablet maker.
If you so desire, it can be upgraded to include a digital TV receiver which enables live TV and DVR features. it is reported that this Archos 32 tablet will price $150, an excellent price should the build quality equal the company’s codec support.