Archos Arnova 7c G3 has a 7-inch screen, runs Android 4.0

ArnovaArchos has had a long history of producing pretty decent tablets at a relatively affordable price. Recently, however, the company has stayed out of the limelight as other manufacturers have moved in. In fact, the last time Archos was discussed here it wasn't even about a tablet: it was about a home phone.

Today, though, Archos is back in the news for what it does best. The tablet you see to the right is the Arnova 7c G3, a 7-inch device that runs Android 4.0. Although the display comes with a measly 480 x 800 resolution, the other specs are reasonable. Inside, a 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage reside and will hopefully come together to produce a pleasant experience. 

As is typical with almost every other just-announced device, pricing and the release date are still unknown. However, given Archos' history with the former, I'd expect to see this either match or undercut the Kindle Fire's pricing.

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Calob Horton

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3 thoughts on “Archos Arnova 7c G3 has a 7-inch screen, runs Android 4.0

  • Bt its capacitive screen :(

  • Wow! That’s an ugly tablet and I bet the kernel source will not be available. Archos should be ashamed of themselves.. I wouldn’t have expected them to be guilty of infringement! ..


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