Archos has once again unveiled their new line of tablets, to join the Platinum line the new tablets feature three different screen sizes, with the same specs. There’s an 8 inch, 9.7 inch and 11.6 inch version.

Each tablet includes a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, front and back cameras, as well as a mini-HDMI and micro-SD port, and will finally run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The 8 inch Archos 80 Platinum tablet will launch in February for £179 (UK) or $199 (US), with a display packing a 1024×768 resolution, which Archos compares to the Kindle Fire HD 8.9, stating it ass twice as fast for a fraction of the cost.

The 97 Platinum HD is the 9.7 inch tablet, which Archos have compared to the iPad’s display with a resolution of 2048×1536, priced at £249 in the UK and $299 in the US, it will also be available in February, and last but not least is the Archos 116 Platinum, which is compared to nothing, and Archos actually says it’s  “unlike anything on the market”, with an 11.6 inch screen and 1920×1080 it will be available from February for £299 or $249 in the US.

Not much more details have been revealed yet, but we should hear more when Mobile World Congress kicks off.

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