Archos has introduced more budget tablets under the company’s Arnova brad. The Archos Arnova 84 features a resistive touchscreen with a 4:3 aspect ratio. The tablet runs Google Android 2.1. The Arnova 7, meanwhile, runs Android 2.2 and features a 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel resistive display.

The tablets don’t include access to Google’s Android Market, instead using a third-party app store with around 30,000 apps available for download. But hackers have a long history of adding full Android Market access and other features to Archos tablets.

Detailed specs on the screen resolution, processor, and other specs for the Arnova 84 aren’t available at the moment. The Arnova 84 is expected to go on sale soon in Europe for about £129, or about $212 US or 149 Euros. The Archos 7 will run £99, or about $163 US or 114 Euros.

The new devices join several other budget tablets from Archos including the Arnova 8 and Arnova 10.

via EuroDroid

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