Official specifications of the Archos Arnova 7b and 10b G2 tablets have been released, and these economically savvy devices look to be decently equipped. Both tablets will ship with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) on-board and available in 8GB and 4GB storage options. Front facing welcomes are included in both models, and they also include micro SD slots for expanding storage by up to 32GB.
Archos is known for building some pretty cheap tablets that are competitively priced and the Arnova 7 is no exception -- at all. While we have seen it before, today it hit the FCC for round 2. Between this and the Arnova 8 hitting the FCC earlier this week it's safe to say Archos will be releasing these tablets sooner than later.
Archos and their latest entry into the Android tablet game has just hit the FCC showing us some pretty views of the internals as well as accessories headed to store shelves with the device. We recently saw it in the FCC already, but today we get a much clearer view of things.