Archos has announced the Archos9, a UMPC that runs Windows 7. Its predecessors may be basic touchscreen internet media tablets, but the Archos9 can run a full OS. Some other features include a built-in webcam, 120GB of memory, full touch support, an external mic, streo speakers, and an optical trackpad as well as an on-screen keyboard.
The tablet will be available in Europe this October, just in time for Windows 7′s release. It will cost you €450 ($635).
It may not be Android, but it’s a full OS at least.