Another day, another Arnova G3 tablet release, it’s an eReader this time. Looking at the Arnova GBook specifications, it’s nothing really fancy, just a relatively old CPU ARM Cortex A8 at 1 Ghz (probably Rockchip RK29xx), 1 Gb of RAM and WIFI. The screen is mentioned to be a 7″ high resolution capacitive color touchscreen TFT offering a 800 x 480 pixels display (16:9 ratio), there are no words about electronic ink display technlogy used here, so we are not sure if it’s that comfortable for long reading sessions.
Compared to a regular Arnova tablet, the device comes with Aldiko eBook Reader Premium application, that would cost €2.99 euros on Google Play Store otherwise. Speaking about Marketplace, this device does not have Google Play Store, but instead provides Archos own Appslib.
9.7 inches capacitive IPS 5 points screen, Rockchip 2918 CPU, 1 GB RAM, Android 4 ICS
|Maplin||£ 119.99||AMAZON USA||$ 49.98||AMAZON UK||£ 290.99||AMAZON DE||17.82 EUR||AMAZON FR||Expédition sous 1 à 2 jours ouvrés||171.49 EUR|