[CES 2013] What better way to launch a device, or a range of devices, than to use the platform known as CES? Archos has just introduced the Titanium line in its Elements range of tablets, and just as the element’s name suggests, the Titanium line delivers high-end specifications in a bang-for-your-buck experience. In fact, all Titanium range tablets will come with a High Definition IPS display capacitive multi-touch screen, a dual-core 1.6GHz processor that is accompanied by a quad-core GPU with 1080p video decoding capability, running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, all crammed into a sleek aluminum design.
The Archos 70 Titanium (measures 7” naturally) is priced at $119 a pop, while those who want a larger display can settle for the 8” Archos 80 Titanium at $169 – making it an iPad mini competitor. As for the 10.1” Archos 101 Titanium, this $199 tablet is 30% cheaper compared to the competition with comparable features, and for those who want to go broke, the 9.7” Archos 97 Titanium HD has a stunning 2048 x 1536 resolution, costing just $249. They certainly are priced to move, no?RELATED
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