Two new Archos tablets have recently passed through the offices of the FCC. Both tablets will run on Android, but differ in size and functionality. The first one, called the ARNOVA 8, is a tablet with an 8″ display that supports a resolution of 800 x 600, but it is only powered by a 311MHz ARM processor and packs only 8GB of storage and will run Android 1.5. With such low-end specs and an old version of Android, the tablet looks to be an eBook reader more than anything else.
The other tablet seems a little more interesting, with the FCC describing the 10HT as an “internet tablet”. It packs a 10″ display, and has WiFi support. No other details were revealed but it has the possibility of being a Xoom/Galaxy Tab 2 competitor. No word on any pricing or when these tablets will be available but we’ll let you know when we find out more.
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