Two budget-friendly Android tablets have been launched by Archos known as Arnova 8 and Arnova 10. The numbering indicate the screen size, where Arnova 8 has 8-inch screen while Arnova 10 has 10-inch screen size.
Both Arnova 8 and Arnova 10 are running Android 2.1, which certainly not the latest HoneyComb that touted to require higher specs.
Since it’s budget friendly, not all of the features that you can enjoy on Motorola Xoom could be found in Archos Arnova. Both models are underpowered with 600Mhz Rockchip RK2818 processor, can play HD video in 720p format, internal storage with expandability using microSD card, has WiFi and G-Sensor.
For Arnova 8, it has 4GB storage built-in and will cost $149 per unit. As for Arnova 10, it has larger storage space at 8GB and will retail for $199 a pop. They should be arriving in US soon.
[via Geeky Gadgets]