Archos has today unveiled a range of devices ahead of IFA 2014, including some new smartphones, tablets and even both a weather station and a music beanie.
The first of the bunch is the Archos 50b Platinum, a budget Android handset that is priced at £119 but still includes a quad-core processor, 5 inch IPS display, support for dual SIM-cards, Full HD video encoding, an 8MP rear-facing camera, 2MP front-facing camera and an integrated LED flash.
The smartphone will also run on Android KitKat and will be available alongside a number of accessories including a number of coloured case, a protective cover, an 8GB Micro SD card slot.
The Archos 50b Platinum will be available from September.
Next up is the Archos 101 Oxygen, which features an ARM Cortex -A17 quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It also has a full 1080p display, with a number of pre-installed proprietary applications.
The Archos 101 Oxygen will be available in October for £199.
And that’s still not all, to top it off Archos also unveiled the Archos 40 Cesium Smartphone and the Archos 80 Cesium tablet, the smartphone runs on Windows Phone 8.1 and features a 4-inch display, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 quad-core processor.
It will be available in September for £79, along with three coloured back cases.
The Archos 80 Cesium Tablet is a Windows 8.1 tablet, featuring an 8-inch IPS display with a 1280×800 resolution, and includes an Intel Quad Core Processor. It will also be available in October for £129.
Last on the list are a few different productions including the Archos Weather Station, which is a wireless device that can detect the weather conditions and can connect to Archos’s connected objects.
The Archos Music Light is a lamp that can stream music via Bluetooth from a smartphone or tablet, available now for £49.
Finally the Archos Music Beany is a plush beany that brings the headphone to a beany, and can stream music from any Bluetooth connected device. It is available now for £29.