Way back in late June, the Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9 was announced and it was the world's first tablet to launch with an option to select between the standard flash drive or a 250 GB HDD (which will increase the size of the tablet) during purchasing. I won't go into full detail but will link you back to the article that we wrote back then with the full specifications of these two tablets here.
The only difference between then and now is the upgrade to Android 3.2 HoneyComb which appears to come preinstalled when you purchase the Archos tablets. Other than that its pretty much the same.
The guys at Engadget have managed to take some photos of the two tablets at the IFA in Berlin and also took a hands-on video of them. You can check out the source link below to see more shots like the one above and also the hands-on video.