It seems that French tablet maker Archos is about to release a new tablet under its Cobalt series. A 7-inch device now known as the Archos Arnova 70 Cobalt was just spotted gracing the FCC. Said tablet might be geared as a low or mid-priced tablet considering that bigger one, Arnova 80 Cobalt Tablet was recently launched by Arcos.
The company also recently announced its plans of bringing affordable tablets to the market under its Arnova series and mid-range tablets under its Element series. Unfortunately, the FCC documents of the Archos Arnova 70 Cobalt didn’t reveal much information about the device. Of course, it will have a 7-inch display and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n as indicated by its wireless test result.
It will interesting to find out what the Archos Arnova 70 Cobalt will be using for its processor. To refresh your memory, Archos has been habitually using budget CPUs from Rockchip, a Chinese chip-maker for its previous tablets which were released as budget-friendly devices. For its mid-range tablets, Archos is used to packing them with TI OMAP processors. So the Archos Arnova 70 Cobalt might possibly use any of these two processors.