When it comes to tablets, French company Archos is certainly not a newbie in this department, although one is unable to rank them in the same vein as that of South Korean conglomerate Samsung. Still, some of Archos’ tablets in the past like the Archos 70 Internet tablet has proven to be an interesting attraction, but time does fly, and here we are with the Archos 101 Oxygen tablet that will rock to the Android platform.
Archos intends to change the way one experiences an Android-powered tablet through the merging of power, features and design. The Archos 101 Oxygen tablet will run on a quad-core ARM Cortex A17 processor, where it will be accompanied by 1.5GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory. In other words, the Archos 101 Oxygen tablet packs enough processing firepower underneath the hood to be able to handle all of the normal apps and online activities, such as chatting via an IM to sending emails, updating social network statuses, and catching up on your online news, without being too bulky that you are unable to carry it in a purse.
The Archos 101 Oxygen tablet will arrive next month for $249 a pop.