Archos

Archos

About Archos

Archos is a French consumer electronics company that was established in 1988 by Henri Crohas. Archos manufactures portable media players and portable data storage devices. The name is an anagram of Crohas' last name, and it is also Greek for 'master' (arxos). The company's slogan has been updated from Think Smaller to On The Go and the current Entertainment your way. Archos has developed a variety of products, including digital audio players, portable video players (PVP), digital video recorders, a personal digital assistant, netbooks, and tablet computers using Google Android and Microsoft Windows (tablet PCs). Archos is the name given to the core artificial intelligence responsible for the robot uprising in the novel Robopocalypse, written by Daniel H. Wilson. The Archos 9 PC Tablet is a 9 tablet computer launched October 22, 2009 and contains Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system. Technical details between the hardware versions.

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