There’s lot of Android 4.0 tablets introduced this month. Coby is recently announce that they will release two of their six ICS tablets this month. While others will follow on Spring. All of them will be priced less than $200 and it seems like Archos will follow the same path as it’s competitor. Their latest invention, the Arnova A9G3 tablet is recently spotted at FCC headquarter. Similar to Coby’s tablets, this one will also become a budget Android 4.0 tablet.
There’s no too much technical details revealed by our FCC guys, but as you can see on the image below, we manage to retrieve some kind of blue print image of the device. In addition, it is said that this tablet will sports 9.7 inch touch screen and it’s already declared to pass FCC’s WiFi b/g/n test. So those two features are confirmed already. The inspector team also find out that the tablet feature internal dual-speaker on it’s rear cover.
That’s all we can tell you right now. Latest report suggest that Arnova A9G3 should be hit the road on early May. It should be priced as low as $199 or 150 euros. This information was retrieved from Archos leaked roadmap for this year. If this rumors were turned out to be true, then we will have a lot of alternative for budget Android tablet this year.
Previously, there’s not too many ICS tablet that announced in the past three months. Asustek proudly introduced their latest Transformer Pad Infinity, but aside from this one, we’ve haven’t seen anything yet. Samsung is recently release the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1, but none of them feature Android 4.0 ICS from the first day.
So, what do you think about this? Interested already to grab Arnova tablet? Then let us know what you think about this device. It’s always nice to read how’s people think about new tablet. Especially for budget tablet from a company like Archos.