Archos’ Arnova FamilyPad tablet hits Europe in December

Do you ever find yourself messing around on your 10-inch tablet and thinking to yourself that it just isn’t cutting it? Well Archos may have an answer for that issue. Enter their Anova FamilyPad. This massive slab will rock a 13.3-inch display, certainly large enough to be enjoyed by you and others at the same time – hence the ‘family’ tag.

The Android 4.0 device will go on sale in Europe in December for £275 in the UK, and 299 Euros in France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands. Other vitals on this device include a 1280 x 800 display, a 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. It’ll also include a microSD slot for storage expansion as well as HDMI output. Availability in the U.S. will follow shortly for $349. What are your thoughts? Will this device find room in your living room amongst the crowded tablet market?

source:  Liliputing


  • Frans-Peter van der Leur

    Our family (three Archos tablets in total) is still working with phone software on their Archos tablets. Archos after sales is bad, all they do is make new products. Old customers are not important for them. Everybody buying one now, will have the same experience before they know it.