Americans aren't all that familiar with the Arnova line, a family of tablets that's even cheaper than Archos' (already cheap) main line of Android tablets. The latest member is the Arnova 8b G2, a slight update to the 8 G2. This one still runs Gingerbread on an 8-inch screen, but it goes without physical buttons - an indication that it may be getting a sweet software upgrade sooner rather than later. In the meantime, Android's navigation buttons are moved to the status bar, a design decision seen on many cheap Gingerbread tablets.