Archos is one the brands that persists in launching new tablets, just like ViewSonic and a bunch of other companies. One of their newest products if the Honeycomb-based Archos 80 G9 model, shown in the following picture.

The product is available right now, priced at 199 quid and a pretty hefty amount of internal memory, as shown by the specs list below. Here’s what I’m talking about:

  • Display: 8 inches, 1024 x 768
  • CPU: ARM dual core Cortex A9, 1.5GHz
  • Memory: 250 GB HDD, flash memory 8/16 GB, microSD card slot
  • Camera: 720p front webcam
  • Connectivity: HDMI, USB, microSD, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS
  • Battery: 10 hours of Internet navigation

This model is the very first Honeycomb tablet priced under 200 quid, which is always good news if you want to get into Android for less cash. It also gets the Android Market support, a premiere for Archos, that usually left this feature out. Expect an enhanced model with more storage and better CPU to come soon and with a bigger price.