Archos 133 Oxygen tablet with 13.3-inch display, octa-core Rockchip CPU announced


Archos' Oxygen series of tablets has just become bigger with the addition of Archos 133 Oxygen model that's been recently unveiled at IFA 2016.

The new tablet is also the biggest in the Oxygen family. The Archos 133 Oxygen will be available for purchase in November for £179.99. According to the French company, the tablet will sell through its distribution channel worldwide.

As the name suggests, Archos' tablet boasts a large 13.3-inch IPS full HD (1080p) display, which, as mentioned earlier, makes it the largest slate in the Oxygen series.

Archos 133 Oxygen ships with Android 6.0 Marshmallow right out of the box, but includes a rather unusual chipset. The specs list mentions the slate packs a 1.5GHz octa-core Rockchip RK3368 CPU, which is complemented by a PowerVR SGX6110 GPU and 2GB of RAM.


The tablet comes with 64GB of storage, but users can further expand storage up to 128GB via microSD card. Archos 133 Oxygen is quite heavy at 1170g, but that's understandable considering the fact that it's powered by a huge 10,000 mAh battery.

However, despite the fact that it drains energy from such a large battery, the tablet will only provide around 5 hours of video playback time or 168 hours of standby time.

The Archos 133 Oxygen has a 5-megapixel camera on the back and another 2-megapixel photo snapper in the front. When it comes to connectivity options, the slate is quite decent. It features a 3.5mm audio jack port, 2 microUSB ports and a micro HDMI port.

That's about all you get in this rather huge tablet that doesn't seem to be expensive at all. November can't come sooner, right?

source: Archos

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