Archos has launched two Android 2.1 tablets called Arnova. There will be nothing special about this tablet except their amazingly cheap prices. The Archos Arnova 8 and 10 will cost from only $150.
For such low prices, some advanced features found on high-end tablets absolutely will be cut out. Compared to iPad or Motorola Xoom, they have slower processors, lower resolution displays, and cheaper components. However, we can still experience the web surfing, email, reading e-books and watching video fully on the 8 and 10 inch tablets.
The Arnova 8 is priced at $150, it has an 8 inch resistive touchscreen, 800 x 600 pixel display, Rockchip RK2818 600 MHz processor, 4GB storage, micro SD card slot, G-sensor and featured with Google Android 2.1.
The Archos Arnova 10 will be sold for for $199 in the US and about 199 Euros in Europe. The tablet also has a 600 MHz processor but with bigger resistive touchscreen (10 inch) and better display resolution (1024 x 600 pixel). It runs Google Android 2.1 and comes with 8GB storage, G-Sensor, front-facing VGA camera, 802.11b/g WiFi, a microSD card slot, USB 2.0 host port, a speaker and mic.
The release date of these Archos tablets hasn’t been announced yet.
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