Archos 32 Android Tablet Spotted Clearing FCC Standards

August 19, 2010, By Atul Roach

We are not sure whether the word ‘tablet’ justifies the description of this product, but since Archos wants us to think so, we are in the mood to give the French consumer electronics manufacturer a chance. For those of you who thought the Archos 32 Android tablet arrival was a dubious news, FCC has got something to tell you.

The Android OS based ‘mini tablet’ belongs to the 8th generation of Archos tablets and fits between the three and fours inches bracket with a 3.2-inches 400×240 pixels display. This amazingly minuscule thingamajig therefore has a size which, as I said before, makes us doubt the categorization.

Archos 32 has managed to get the FCC approval with features like a 800MHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU along with 8GB of built-in storage, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth. The device will be shipped with Android version 2.1 (Eclair)
while there will also be video out and a camera on board.

We are not quite sure why Archos thinks this probable tablet will be a success in the global market and may be the success story of gadgets like iPod Touch have influenced the French company. Since the release date of this product is far away from ‘near’, we will love to wait and watach the response this product gets in the future.

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