The ARCHOS 97 Carbon features a design with aluminum finish, a capacitive touch screen of 9.7 IPS “(1024 x 768), an ARM Cortex A8 @ 1GHz with 1GB RAM, 16GB capacity, a microSD slot, the WiFi, a 0.3 MPx camera front, the back of a camera 2MPx, a USB host port, compatibility H.264, MPEG-4, MP3, WAV, APE, OGG, FLAC, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG or even an HDMI output, all under Android ICS 4.x. Side autonomy, the manufacturer announced 8h and 20h video to audio. its dimensions are 239 x 184 x 11.5mm for 620g. the tablet will be available this July retail price of 307.66 US$.
Here is the official file, straight from Google. As you can see, the build has changed to IMM76L.
*Instructions require a USB host cable (like this) and USB drive/stick.* You will also need to be on Android build HLK75H
1. Download the file from above and drop it on a USB stick or SD card that can be put in a USB Stick.2. Turn your XOOM off.3. When you power it back on, tap Volume down at the red M logo until it says:
–> Android Recovery
4. Tap Volume up to enter recovery mode.5. At the green Android logo, press Power and Volume up.6. Plug in your USB drive to a USB host cable and then into your XOOM.7. Scroll down to “apply update from USB drive” and select it with Power.8. Scroll down to the .zip update file from above and use Power to select it.9. Your XOOM will now update.
*Note – if you know another method for manually updating, please let us know in the comments.
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Lenovo is reportedly readying an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet for launch by the end of 2011, running Google’s new platform on NVIDIA’s 1.6GHz Tegra 3 quadcore chipset. The mysterious new 10.1-inch slate offers 2GB of 1,600MHz DDR3 memory, Engadget‘s tipster claims, along with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner intended not only for biometric security but also to double as an optical joystick for navigating lengthy webpages and ebooks.
There’s also a rear-mounted camera with an LED flash – resolution of which is currently unknown – and a USB Host socket for plugging in peripherals like keyboards and mice, as well as external storage. Lenovo has supposedly clad the whole thing in a “Special Fusion-Skin Body” which is similarly lacking in detail; however, we’re guessing it’s some sort of easy-grip coating that cuts down on scratches.
No information on potential price or name has been released, though Lenovo has targeted both consumers and enterprise markets with previous tablets from its stables.
Lenovo certainly wouldn’t be alone in planning on using Tegra 3 for a tablet. ASUS has already unveiled its Eee Pad Transformer Prime, pairing a Tegra 3 slate with a detachable battery-equipped keyboard dock, while more recently both HTC and Acer are believed to have their own versions in the pipeline.
[via Android Community]