Android-based Archos 5 internet tablet gets outed by B&H Photo ad

Archos 5 resting in the DVR dock

Archos 5 resting in the DVR dock

The Archos A5S and A5H internet tablets that we talked about last week have been leaked by B&H Photo. They’ve updated their website with price and some limited specs.

According to the site there will be four versions available with different storage options. The 16GB SSD will be $294, the 32GB SSD will be $370, the 160GB HDD will be $320 and the 500GB HDD (wowza) will be $420. They will also be selling a DVR station for $130 that you can plug the device into. Expect the first official announcement of the devices on September 15th.

Engadget broke the story with the help of ArchosFans. Read their recap after the break.

We still gotta wait until September 15th for the whole scoop, but B&H has gone ahead and spoiled some of the mystery of Archos’ Android-based Archos 5, giving the internet tablet its own listing in a number of different storage capacity options, pictures in tow, as well as a $130 DVR station. Prices are currently listed as TBA, but fortunately it looks like the fine fellows at ArchosFans managed to capture the page when there were more concrete dollar signs on each model, to the tune of $294 for 16GB SSD, $370 for 32GB SSD, $320 for 160GB HDD, and $420 for a 500GB HDD. In the DVR station pic we spotted “HD” listed in the video names, which gives us hope that even more of those February leaks are coming to fruition. Screenshot of the with-price listings after the break.

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