Just when you thought UMPC devices have been taken over buy netbooks, ARCHOS comes along with this new ARCHOS 9 PC Tablet. There's no physical keyboard on the Archos9, but it does have a nice looking virtual keyboard and 8.9-inch 1024x600 pixel resistive touchscreen which works pretty smoothly in the demo video below. The device also has an optical trackpoint for surfing the web, or navigating content. Powering the ARCHOS 9PCtablet is the new Intel ATOM Z515 processor, while Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system is running the device.
At a slim 0.63'', and weighing less than 800g, the ARCHOS 9 packs an 80 GB hard disk, Bluetooth to tether wireless accessories, 802.11b/g Wi-f i, and 2 antennas to receive DVBT TV with diversity reception. According to the Archos spokesnman in this video, the device will be priced at about 450 euros, or about $630.