Archos says G10 xs tablet launch details coming in three weeks

A new teaser image on the company's Facebook page suggests a very thin, white tablet.

Archos Worldwide

Almost five months after posting a teaser video on Youtube for its G10 xs tablet, Archos is ready to launch its latest stab at the Android tablet market. A teaser image highlighting the tablet's thinness was posted on Archos Worldwide's Facebook page with a caption saying to look for the launch announcement in three weeks.

The G10 xs is rumored to run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and have microSD and Mini-HDMI connections. The tablet, which could be the thinnest tablet yet with a 7.6mm thickness, could rival the Asus Transformer Infinity with its similar keyboard dock accessory. The G10 xs appears to be aimed at the higher-end tablet market with its eye-catching design and already looks like an upgrade from Archos' most recent effort, the 101 G9 Turbo tablet .

Look for more information from CNET by the proposed announcement date.

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Xiomara Blanco is an associate editor for CNET Reviews. She's a Bay Area native with a knack for tech that makes life easier and more enjoyable. So, don't expect her to review printers anytime soon.

 

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