Archos’ Updated Arnova 7 Passes through the FCC


Remember Archos’$99 Arnova 7 tablet? Announced back in June, an updated version is already making the rounds at the FCC under the guise Arnova 7b G2. The second-generation version of Archos’ budget-lable tablet gets a refined form factor that show off a bit more curve along the sides. The original Arnova 7 was square along the edges.

The FCC documents don’t give us much more information other that the essentials such as WiFi and Bluetooth support. We’ll have to wait and see if this next Arnova slate maintains the low price point of the first. It’s likely, but don’t take our word for it.

[via WirelessGoodness]

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  1. This one has a 2x to 3x faster ARM Cortex-A8 processor called Rockchip RK2918, comes with a minimum of Gingerbread pre-installed, could potentially upgrade to Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich as soon as Rockchip has access to that source code (they are hopefull, see my video of Rockchip at the April Hong Kong trade show: )

    This one has a capacitive touch screen, retail price might be $149 or $159, to be confirmed once they start being available. It’s similar to the Archos 7c Home Tablet I filmed here but this one has a design more similar to the Archos 70 Internet Tablet that was released last year, main difference being there is no kick-stand and there might not be a HDMI output.

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