Archos has already got a couple of decent Android OS powered tablets, such as Archos 101 G9 and Archos 80 G9. The manufacturer has recently upgraded both these tablets to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. At a press conference on Wednesday, Archos has detailed some of their 2012 products – low-end spec’d Arnova, mid-range spec’d Elements along with the high-end spec’d G10 XS series of tablets.
The manufacturer will unveil 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch editions of the Archos G10 xs tablets. The highlighting news of the press meat is that the high-end spec’d Archos G10 xs tablet will be measuring extremely thin 7.6mm (thinner than iPad) and 11mm when combined with an optional Transformer-like keyboard dock. It will be also shipped with the all-important Google certification.
With no Google certification specified, the low-end spec’d Archos Arnova devices will be priced between €50 and €150. The Archos Elements will be available to purchase priced between €129 – €199 and these devices will come preinstalled with Google apps and Android 4.0 ice Cream Sandwich OS is expected to be filled on the tablet. The company has also confirmed that the Archos G10 xs tablet will be retailed between €200 and €400. The G10 xs tablets will be available both in the U.S. and the U.K., but there is no word on the release date of any aforementioned tablet series.
Check out the teaser video of the Archos G10 xs tablet after the break.