If you’re looking for cheap Android tablets, you might as well have a look at your Allview AllDro review, or go with a more famous brand, Archos. They now have a new device ready for sale, one that sports a 10 inch display and it’s branded Archos Arnova. The unit was spotted in the States with a sub $200 price tag and 4GB of internal memory.

You can add an extra 32GB microSDHC to the storage space of the device, in case the basic memory is not enough. This slate runs good old Android 2.1 Eclair and we really wonder if we’ll ever see an upgrade for it on the Arnova. Here’s the specs for this under $200 tablet, in case you’re interesting in buying it:

  • Display: 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixels
  • Memory: 4GB internal storage, microSDHC card slot
  • Weight: 570 grams
  • Dimensions: 10.7 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Other features: USB host connection (support for mouse, keyboard, external storage)

This is a pretty good media tablet, considering it supports quite a bunch of vide formats and 720p playback and you can learn more about it from the video below: