Prestigio & Archos form partnership

At first glance it appears that Prestigio will be rebranding Archos' tablets. But I'm not sure exactly what is going on here. Let's wait for some pictures.From the press release:First results of this partnership will materialize in February 2011 with range of Android based Prestigio MultiPad internet tablet PC 7” and 10”. The new products will be a merge of the innovative and technical expertise of Archos and the design-focused lifestyle statement of Prestigio. Despite competitive benchmark parameters, the new Prestigio MultiPads will offer an excellent price-performance ratio. The partnership covers the regions of Center East Europe and Former Soviet Union.

“With Archos we have found the perfect partner to extend our product portfolio. We already claim leading positions in many countries with GeoVision GPS navigation devices and Prestigio eBook readers. Tablet PCs and MIDs in the Prestigio look and feel and performance are the logic next step.”, says Yuri Antoshkin, COO of Prestigio.

“Prestigio will allow Archos to leverage its technology in new territories”, states Loic Poirier, COO of Archos.

The Prestigio MultiPads will come with a wide range of applications and multimedia content, either pre-installed or ready to download from AppsLib and Media.PrestigioPlaza.com.

Read more about Prestigio MultiPad Tablet PC

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