Archos, which recently revealed its FroYo update timeline via Facebook, has held true to its word. As of today, anxious
Archos internet tablet

owners can get in on the Froyo goodness. For their price and functionality, the Archos line of internet tablets are an excellent option if you're in the market for an Android powered portable media player or tablet. I'm guilty of owning an aged iDevice from 2007, and I'm looking for any reason to ditch it for an Android

, and this FroYo update could be what it took for me to get on board with Archos.

FroYo brings quite an impressive list of improvements and enhancements to the Archos family. In addition to the infamous
JIT compiler

, Android 2.2.1 brings enhanced Microsoft Exchange support, better 3rd party application support, improved camera operation, faster USB transfer and more.

Hit the break for a full list of improvements. And of course, head into our
tablet forums

to share your thoughts. Let us know what you think of FroYo on your Archos tablet. [


Archos family of internet tablets finally receives update to Android 2.2 Froyo

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