We caught a brief glimpse of Archos’ new Arnova 7 tablet when it hit the FCC last week and now, we have a few more details on the company’s affordable Android-based slate. Though there’s no information on its RAM or processing capacity, the latest addition to the Arnova clan boasts a seven-inch, resistive touchscreen LCD with 800×480 resolution, supports 720p HD playback, and offers 4GB of flash memory. Running on Froyo, this WiFi-enabled slab will give you access to the AppsLib store, rather than the Android Market, and won’t come with any of the front- or rear-facing cameras you’d expect from higher-end products. But, then again, it’s pretty hard to argue with any tablet priced at just $99. No word yet on when the Arnova 7 will start shipping, but we’ll let you know as soon as we find out.
Archos unveils bare-bones Arnova 7 Android tablet, priced at $99 originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 22 Jun 2011 08:47:00 EST.