Archos is taking a cue from Samsung's nature-inspired approach by unveiling its "Elements" line of entry-level tablets. Stickered with a bottom-dollar price ($249), the Archos 97 Carbon, which is the first in the Elements family, comes equipped with a 9.7-inch IPS display, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 16GB of internal storage (microSD expandable to 32GB), full-size USB port, 1GHZ processor and 1GB RAM.
"We wanted to introduce a new series that not only combines affordability with a new slim design, but features the best that Google has to offer," says Henri Crohas, ARCHOS Founder and CEO. "With the ELEMENTS series we have done just that. It's the perfect balance of hardware, software optimization and content through the Google Play ecosystem."
In addition, the device comes with both front and rear cameras, an aluminum finish and measures in at 0.45-inch thick. Look out for the 97 Carbon to hit in July — a curious timeframe considering Google's Nexus 7 is hitting the same month for a lower price.
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ARCHOS Releases New ELEMENTS Line; Introduces First in the Series, the 97 Carbon
The ARCHOS 97 carbon, is the first of the new ARCHOS Elements series to be released, offering the latest mobile technology with a new slim and light design
DENVER, CO – (July 5, 2012) – ARCHOS, an award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, is pleased to introduce the ARCHOS 97 carbon, the first of its new tablet range called "ELEMENTS", an entry-level line up of 7, 8, and 9.7 inch tablets that combine ARCHOS design and engineering with full access to Google PlayTM and a full suite of Google apps at an affordable price.
Equipped with the latest mobile technology and an elegant aluminum finish, the ARCHOS 97 Carbon is only 21.8 ounces and 0.45" thick. Its sharp and clear IPS multi-touch screen delivers amazing vivid colors and impressive wide viewing angles. For the smoothest interface experience, ARCHOS has powered this tablet with a fast 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM while running AndroidTM 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich".
Combining very high performance hardware, intuitive software and affordability, this Google PlayTM supported device will be available starting in July 2012 for $229.99 – $249.99 SRP.
"We wanted to introduce a new series that not only combines affordability with a new slim design, but features the best that Google has to offer," says Henri Crohas, ARCHOS Founder and CEO. "With the ELEMENTS series we have done just that. It's the perfect balance of hardware, software optimization and content through the Google PlayTM ecosystem."[press_end]
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