The 10-inch member of the Titanium lineup doesn't reinvent the tablet, but it is more budget friendly than other 10-inchers. CNET

Archos' Titanium line in its Elements series of tablets got a bit bigger with the introduction of a 10-inch model, the 101 Titanium. The tablets shares many common specs with the other Titanium tablets and will be available in March for $199.99.

Like the 7-, 8-, and 9-inch Titanium tablets, the 101 Titanium runs Android 4.1 and houses a 1.6GHz dual-core processor and quad-core graphics processor with 1GB of RAM. The Titanium series tablets also come with 8GB of internal storage, a microSD expansion slot, and micro USB and mini HDMI ports. 

Cameras featured on the tablets vary by model, but the 101 Titanium comes with front and rear cameras.

The 101 Titanium's 1,280x800-pixel resolution IPS display isn't as impressive as the 2,048x1,536-pixel resolution IPS display that the recently announced Archos 97 Titanium HD sports. At 9.7 inches to the 101's 10.1 inches, the 97 Titanium HD isn't much smaller than the 101, and the 97 HD is priced at $50 more. For those uninterested in a super high-definition display, the $199 price for the 10-inch tablet is relatively low and appealing.

For a full review of the Archos 101 Titanium tablet, check back with CNET closer to the product's release date.