Archos has started shipping its latest series of Android 250GB Dual-Core tablets this month that promise fast processors and storage of inflation, although the star models are still six months away.

The new generation of Archos tablets G9 only enter the saturated market of Android tablets thanks to optional hard disk drive (HDD) to a maximum storage 250GB.Archos G9 originally announced in July as the first tablet the house of a flash memory HDD typical of other portable housing models 2.5-inch Seagate Momentus hard drive with a 7 mm slim profile designed for laptops.

The new G9s come in a 10.1-inch and 8 inch model that will hit stores in October at a price point below $ 500. The 8-inch model is listed in the U.S. Archos Shop is $ 299.99. Price was initially set at $ 279 for the Archos 80 and $ 349 for the Archos 101.
Housing 1. 5GHz processor would Archos tables at the top of the stack of Android tablet, but Archos has slowed the deployment of starting with 1 GHz models this month with the 1.5GHz model delayed until January 2012.

The launch roadmap sees two versions of 1 GHz 8-inch model, the Archos 80, either 8 GB or 16 GB of sending this September. It is not until November that the versions are 250GB hard drive with an increase of 1.2-GHz processor, and a new boost to 1.5 GHz in January.

The 10-inch Archos 101 is a similar release schedule, with the same capabilities progressively deployed, just under a bigger screen.

The upper G9s are in charge of Android 3.2, powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9.

Archos has gone against the current release of separate Wi-Fi and 3G models by coupling the device with a USB plug-in for 3G connectivity in the top of the Wi-Fi.