Arnova 7b G3 and Arnova 7f G3 get a photo shoot at the FCC


Well, look what we have hear: even more 7-inch Android tablets! It isn't surprising, given the fact that this size has been featured on many popular devices – just think of the Kindle Fire to see my point.

The newest additions to the 7-inch and under party are coming to us from French electronics manufacturer Archos, a company that has always been regarded as producing decent devices with low prices. 

Both the Arnova 7b G3 comes with a 1GHz Rockchip RK2918 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi connectivity. The Arnova 7f G3 also comes with the same WiFi connectivity, but that's all we know about it at this time. 

Like every other FCC filing, pricing and availability information remains unknown, but I'd assume that both will come in at a price under $250 in the next few months. Will any of you be picking either one up?

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