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Archos TV+ hits the FCC

Donald Melanson, @donmelanson
November 8, 2007
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We already knew it was coming, but it looks like the Archos TV Plus (now known as the Archos TV+) has just cleared one of its final hurdles on the way to a release, with the device now making its all-important debut at the FCC. Of course, there's not a whole lot of surprises given that Archos already spilled all the details on the device, but the FCC has kindly provided plenty of pictures of the set-top box, including a peek at the its innards, which you can check out in the gallery below. As you can see, not much has changed from the prototype we got to check out first hand, and the specs appear to have remained the same as well, including integrated 802.11g WiFi, video recording at no more than VGA resolution, and a full complement of ports including composite, s-video, component and HDMI outputs, and composite, s-video and component inputs (plus USB, of course). Assuming nothing else has changed since the announcement, you can expect this one to set you back $200 or $350 for the 80GB or 250GB versions, respectively.

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