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Archos confirms Android tablet launch

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Archos has confirmed that its previously announced Android-based Internet Media Tablet (IMT) will arrive this September.

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One of Archos' Android-based IMTs has a 5in display and 7.2Mb/s HSDPA

At an event in central London this morning, Tony Limrick, Managing Director of Archos Northern Europe, advised those in attendance to keep 15 September free for an Archos IMT Android announcement.

Limrick didn’t confirm any technical specifications, so we don’t yet know anything more about functionality than we did back in February.

However, Limrick did at least hint that more than one Archos Android IMTs are in development.

He described the tablets as “Android-based devices with phone, email, Google apps and Android Apps”. ®

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