Archos Arnova 7 tablet will be priced affordably at $99

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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.

[via engadget]

Arnova 7 and Arnova 84 to join the tablet war

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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).

[via intomobile]