You show me $99 and I’ll show you a 7-inch resistive touchscreen, Android 2.1, and not a whole lot more. That’s basically what you get from the latest Arnova tablet from Archos. The Arnova 7 is designed to compete on one point, and one point alone, and that point is the price point. You don’t get the Android Market (you’ll have to settle for the AppsLib store), you don’t get the most recent version of Android for smartphones (let alone tablets), and you don’t get a camera (front or rear). But did we mention it will only cost $99? No word on when you can drop a lone Benjamin on this one.
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