Archos tablet has been the best option to enjoy cutting edge tablet technology without the need to spend a lot for it. Although NVIDIA said that most Tegra 3 SoC powered tablets with have a significant price drop in the future, Archos is still on the affordable range that people could purchase it without much of the hard feeling. Recently, the company has inserted yet another series of Arnova tablet known as the Arnova 8b G2 tablet.
This tablet has no buttons on the bezels, such as home button, back or menu. It’s a clear indication that Archos is aiming for the ICS OS as the software doesn’t require any hardware buttons at all. However, the tablet is going to ship with Android 2.3 Gingerbeard OS and the upgrade to ICS 4.0 is still on its way (no idea when it will be available OTA).
Specification wise, Archos Arnova 8b G2 tablet is coming with a single core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 512MB RAM, 8-inch capacitive multitouch display (800 x 600px), WiFi b/g, front-facing camera for video chat, G-sensor, microphone, speaker and optional ability to hook up with 3G USB stick to go online within the local 3G network coverage.
This tablet is coming in two different capacity: 4GB and 8GB. But you can always as for more by adding a microSDHC card to the slot at the sideways of the tablet.
Archos haven’t released the details of pricing and availability yet. But you can’t absolutely glaring on the range of $200 to $300 for it.