Archos is following up on the previous Arnova line of tablets with the G2 series, bringing 7 and 10 inch variants to the forefront alongside many of their other options. The Arnova 10 G2 affords users a sizable bump in processor speed, bringing a 1GHz ARM Cortex A-8 chipset put together by rockchip. Aside from the 10 inch capacitive display (an updgrade from the resistive display on the previous model), we're also getting Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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    Philly Papers Subsidize Tablets for Subscribers, But Don’t Get Too Excited

    Some interesting news for you folks today. Philadelphia Media Network has announced their plans to allow subscribers to get discounted tablets in exchange for two-year membership to digital distributions of the Philadelphia Inquirer and/or the Philadelphia Daily News. The tablets will cost $99 after subsidy. Plans for subsidizing tablets were revealed two months ago. It […]

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    Archos’ Arnova 7 G2 and Arnova 10 G2 Launch in Hong Kong with Gingerbread on Board

    Yesterday we glimpsed a second-generation Arnova 7 tablet slinking through the FCC, wondering in what ways other than a retooled casing the tablet would differ from it predecessor. Now we have the answers, as the Arnova 7 G2 and its larger counterpart the Arnova 10 G2 have launched in China. Both update the resistive touchscreens […]