Archos, a longtime manufacturer of Android tablets and personal media players, has announced the release of their new generation of tablets on June 23, in Paris. Details from Archos are sparse, to say the least, but the invitation shows Bugdroid, the Android mascot, carrying a tote that looks very much like the Android Market icon, and you also see the familiar blue Honeycomb bee buzzing around his head.
Lack of the Android Market (officially) has been a thorn in Archos' side for a while now, so this would be a huge step for them. And since Google still hasn't open-sourced Honeycomb, we can only speculate that Archos is now an "official" authorized Android partner -- as they should be. We'll know more in a few weeks.
Source: ArchosLounge (French). Thanks, Romain!