The brand new Archos G9 tablets, which have been on the market for just a couple of weeks, are already receive a major firmware update from Archos.
This is not the first update from Archos – earlier this month there was yet another refurbish which brought in literally tons of new abilities to the G9 tablets, such as the local Google Talk (with an added “video discuss” feature as well as some softened memory management), it also annihilated a couple of annoying issues and bugs. The update is from firmware “3.2.46″ to “3.2.56″. You can download the update right now by checking for updates on your Archos G9 tablet.
Some of the new features of the 3.2.56 update to the G9 are:
- Softened memory management
- Additional user agents accessible in browser settings
- Faster reconnecting to Wi-Fi after “waking up” from Sleep Mode or after disconnecting
- Many fixes and improvements
The most important of these updates is in our opinion the memory management. The Archos G9 tablets have a nice, dual-core 1.0GHz processor, but only 512MB of RAM, so as you can guess, there’s not much random access memory on the tablets.
Here is the current hardware of the Archos G9 Tablets, for those interested,
Archos G9 Specs :
- 1.0GHz ARM Dual-Core CPU
- 512MB of RAM
- 16 Gigabytes of internal storage
- Front and Rear facing camera
- MicroSD External Storage (not included)
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