Archos A100S tablet hits the FCC, does the opposite of a full reveal

It looks like the folks at Archos are keeping our friends at the FCC busy this summer. Following in the footsteps of the mysterious A70S2 tablet and the coy A80S, the A100S internet tablet is now making its way through the regulatory gatekeeper. Like its predecessors, this filing hasn’t given us much to go on; it comes with the typical confidentiality requests, which means we won’t get any of the juicy bits until the FCC lifts the curtain on October 15th. Until then, we’ll keep our Ice Cream Sandwich dreams afloat. If FCC test reports are your thing, feel free to hop on over to the source link below.

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