Archos is starting to show off a new 10 inch Android tablet called the Archos Arnova 10. If you’ve been keeping track, you’ll note that this is the company’s second 10 inch Android tablet… the first is the Archos 101 which was introduced last year. So how do the two compare?
Both tablets are on display at CeBIT in Germany this week, and nDevil has posted some video and photos. The short version is that the Archos Arnova 10 has a matte display and runs Android 2.1 while the Archos 101 has a glossy screen and runs Android 2.2.
The Archos 101 also has a kickstand and a faster processor than the Arnova 10… but while the Archos 101 runs around $300 and up the Archos 10 is expected to sell for around $200.
Both tablets feature 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel displays, automatic screen rotation, and support for a wide range of audio and video formats.
You can check out a hands-on video comparing the two tablets from nDevil after the break. It’s in German, but you can get a decent idea of how the tablets compare even with the sound off. I have to say that while the Arnova 10 is supposed to have a matte screen, it certainly seems rather shiny in the video.