We can always expect Archos to provide low-cost Android tablets to combat the likes of Samsung and Asus. The line of Arnova G9 line of tablets started off with Honeycomb, but will make the leap to Ice Cream Sandwich this month. Not too long after that happens, Archos is expected to announce and possibly ship a new line of G3 tablets with Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed.
I’ll be the first to admit the Archos family of tablets is getting quite large (and confusing). Bare with me as I explain the new G3 tablets that were uncovered by ArcTablet.
ArcTablet has eight pictures of different Arnova G3 models. Their screen sizes vary from 7-inches to 10-inches. Let’s start with the Arnova 7c G3 which is arguably the most technically impressive of the bunch.
The Arnova 7c G3 is believed to have a 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 7-inch 800×480 display, micro HDMI port and 4GB of internal storage. It also supposedly supports GPS and Bluetooth. The Arnova 7b G3 is nearly identical, but it doesn’t support GPS or Blutooth and has a 1Ghz processor.
The other Arnova tablets have screen sizes in 8, 9.7 and 10 inches. The 1GB of RAM, 1Ghz processor and 4GB of storage persists across all models. The biggest differences are the screen resolutions across capacitive and resistive touchscreens.
Pricing information hasn’t been discovered, but I’d imagine it won’t be much.
Via [ArcTablet Blog]