Archos 101xs FCC photos available, something super thin with a keyboard...

Archos has been teasing the 101xs for a long time now. First, we saw it on the press conference back in March, then we...

Archos 97 Carbon now selling on Archos Store

Archos Archos 97 Carbon, first tablet from the new Archos Elements line of products is now starting to sell on Archos Store. This tablet...

Archos Ludo spotted on GLBenchmark, new portable Android portable console ?

We reported in Discussing Archos #5 that Henri Crohas, the company CEO was recently talking about Archos plans to offer an Android game console....

ArcTools – Android Market / Google Play and Apps installer for...

ArcTools is a program to help you installing Google Play (formerly Android Market) and Google Applications (Youtube, Maps, ...) on your Archos or Arnova...

Flashing your Rockchip RK3066 based tablet with Rockchip Batch Tool v1.5

Rockchip Batch Tool has been updated to version 1.5 to handle new tablets based on Rockchip RK3066 CPU. Download Rockchip_Batch_Tool_v1.7.zip Older version 1.6: Rockchip_Batch_Tool_v1.6.zipOlder version 1.5:...

First look at the Archos 97 Carbon tablet – review part...

Now we've checked Archos 97 Carbon tablet the specifications and design, it's time to have a closer look at the components and device performance.

Archos 97 Carbon officially announced: nice-looking Android budget tablet

During their annual press conference back in March this year, Archos announced a new line of products that should fill the gap between Arnova,...

[Update] Arnova 7c G3 updated on Arnova website, product starts shipping...

Arnova 7c G3 is a small upgrade to the existing 7c G2 model. It features nearly the same design as the current 7c G2...

New Archos devices show up as being certified in Google Play...

Google has recently updated the page with a list of officially supported devices for the Google Play Store. New devices from Archos are Archos...

Archos 97 Carbon leaked out (ARM Cortex A8@1Ghz, 9.7″ IPS...

While during the last weeks, some of the Archos Elements tablets passed the FCC, by the conference pictures, we knew that more of them...