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after the people at jbmm.fr found that the archos 101 titanium is the model SOVAN10G4 that means arnova 10g4
what will archos do to arnova ???
1-make it a company for 7inch and 8inch tablets
2-make it a single core company !!!!!!!!!
3-make it a company for 3g tablets (i like that)
4-make it an elements company
5-sell arnova to prestigio !!!!
6-other tell me
any help for the gamepad ? pm me
They seem to be quite unpredictable we've seen the first version FamilyPad sold under Arnova, while the FamilyPad 2 product will likely be under Archos brand...
There hasn't been any new announce for Arnova and latest products they sold were the 7h G3 and 10c / 10d G3 I believe.
Let's wait and see if they make some G4 or something.
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At this moment Archos is cannibalizing the Arnova market segment, I see 2 ways for 2013:
1) Incorporating the trademark under the Archos logo, and have a new family of products Archos Arnova (Same like Archos Elements)
2) Continue at least this year to provide a new generation of tablets that will have cheaper prices then the Elements line.
For the future it is clear that Arnova will not be able to survive considering that now Archos targets all the markets with their own trademark.
if thy sell to prestigio youl be on a winner as im on a prestigio now an love it i have 7" g3 comming formy bithday and joined this forum to find out more about it all a know is its rooted thats a good start for me my prestigio 10" pro and need a smaller tab for out and about can anyone tell me how it runs can it run vidio smooth ?
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