Budget-Friendly Tablets Hitting Stores Next Week

Posted on May 29 2011 - 2:28pm by Kyle

Arnova is a tech company based in China and had first caught the attention of many with their Archos 10.1 that came out earlier this year. This device was on the cheaper side when it came to tablets and was perfect for those that had been looking to pick up a tablet that was more priced to their budget. Now the company is working on even cheaper Android tablets and we should be seeing both of these next month.

The first is the Arnova 7 which is the smaller of the two. It will feature a 7 inch resistive screen with 800 x 480 resolution. This tablet will be running on Android 2.2, built in Wi-Fi, and will have access to 30,000 applications. This upcoming Android Tablet will be priced at only $99, which is a big plus for those that have been wanting a cheap tablet.

The second of the two Android Tablets coming from Arnova is an 8.4″ screen with basically the same specs as the Arnova 7.  The resolution of this tablet is slightly better at 800 x 600 and is priced at $129.

Both of these upcoming tablets are priced for the budget minded consumer and should be a big hit in the tablet market. Both tablets will be hitting stores in June.

Source:

Android Authority

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  • http://twitter.com/DrMacinyasha DrMacinyasha

    …you’re kidding, right? These things are CRAP. 800×480? That’s a 4″ phone’s resolution! RESISTIVE touchscreen? Lemme guess, these come with styluses? And Froyo? C’mon, if they’ve got Android Market on there (which I doubt is legal, but assuming it is), they could’ve gotten Honeycomb.

    Total ripoff. Not even worth $80.

  • lattelady

    Sounds like the import junk I saw today @ the swap meet.  With $240 for a Nook color, why bother?

  • lattelady

    Sounds like the import junk I saw today @ the swap meet.  With $240 for a Nook color, why bother?