The new firmware upgrade, which only recently began rolling out, integrates Google Talk directly within the firmware and introduces a number of bug fixes to the freshly released Honeycomb slates.
Archos g9 Honeycomb tablets are set to receive a pretty significant firmware upgrade today, bringing Google Talk integration deep into the firmware and a slew of security and bug fixes. The update, which brings the tablets to version 3.2.46, also brings enhanced volume controls, improved camera quality and flash acceleration support to both the companies eight and ten-inch variants.
Google talk is now part of the firmware and comes pre-loaded.Improved volume control (better volume range, less glitches on notifications) leading to faster gaming experience on some 3rd party applications
- Improved camera quality in high and low light condition Added Flash acceleration support
- Better quality SD video upscaling (e.g. on 1080p display) Improved memory management for smaller memory footprint: