Some of today's zeitgeist seems to be tablet-based. We've been hearing wild rumors about the questionably existent Apple iTablet all day, and now it looks like Archos is going to launch a new tablet themselves. At least, Engadget thinks it's likely.
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They note that the Archos Store is down for maintenance. When that happens to an online retailer, it often means they're going through and adding in a new product. Rumors have flown for a while that Archos would launch a new Android-based tablet on the 15th, and now it looks like they were correct.
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By way of quick recap, the new Archos Android tablet is said to be a 5" Internet tablet with access to the AppsLib app store (built by Archos for high-end Android gadgets). This tablet will have OpenGL Graphics support, HDMI output, up to 500 GB of storage, 7 hours of video-playback battery life, HSUPA data radio, and an OMAP3440 processor. Prices are expected to start at $294. We'll see where everything really stands in just a little while.