French consumer electronics company Archos has announced the pricing for its latest Arnova series of entry-level tablets. The range is from 99 euro (£84) to 249 euro (£212).
“Packed full of multimedia features and simple to use, the new Arnova range of Android tablets is a great entry-level way to experience the world of tablets,” explains the company.
All the models run Android 2.2 and have the option of the two screen technologies, capacitive or resistive. In addition, the 10- and 8-inch models have a 720p resolution.
Biggest of the lot, Arnova 10 is available in Europe at Kesa group stores for 199 euro (£170). The model comes with 10-inch capacitive or resistive screen option and a USB socket. On the other hand, Arnova 8 will be available during March from 149 euro (£127).
Finally, the super cheap 7-inch model Arnova 7 will be available in the second quarter and will cost just £84.