Last week, the Archos Arnova 7 tablet hit the FCC. Now we have more details about this affordable tablet. It will have a 7-inch resistive touchscreen LCD (800 x 480), support for 720P playback, 4GB flash memory, and Froyo. It will have access to the AppsLib store instead of the Android Market.
There will not be a camera and we still don’t know how much RAM it will have. There might not be anything here to make you say, “Wow,” but for $99 what are you expecting?
No word on availability, but we will let you know as soon as we hear more.
Arnova will be launching two tablets in the UK and Europe. These are going to be in the “affordable” category and are desgined by the team at ARCHOS.
The Arnova 7 will sport a 7-inch WVGA (800 x 480) resistive touchscreen, Android 2.2, WiFi connectivity, and other “standard for Android tablet” features like 3.5mm headset jack and a memory expansion slot. It will sell for 99 GBP ($163)
The Arnova 84 sports an 8.4-inch screen, but it is listed as having Android 2.1. Let’s hope this is a mistake or that it will be updated by launch. It is expected to sell for 129 GBP ($212).