It’s been two months already since Archos officially announced a new package of products, comprised of Android-powered tablets and personal media players, and today is the day that we finally get to see some of them going live across the US market. As a matter of fact, it’s the new Archos 43 PMP that we speak about (The Archos 32 version continues to be available), which for those who are still unfamiliar with it, runs an Android 2.2 platform and packs a 4.3-inch touchscreen along a 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, rear 720p camera, 16GB of storage, an HDMI output and expandable microSD slot. Sure, it also boasts a WiFi connectivity on board, but to get a chance to play with it, you’ll have to wire transfer $249.99 and not a single dime extra from your pocket.


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