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Archos 70b eReader stops at the FCC on its way to the Google eBookstore

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
December 7, 2010
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Oh look, another Android-based eReader has just exposed itself to the fine men and women of the FCC's test labs. This time it's Archos under the lens with its previously unannounced 70b eReader (model 7702). Specs include 802.11b/g WiFi, a USB jack, stereo speakers, an SD card reader, and support for Adobe Digital Editions DRM making it compatible with the Google eBookstore launched yesterday. And because the 70b eReader is built around what looks like a 7-inch color LCD, it also support video and image playback in full color. Check out the frontside display as well as some interface grabs from the user manual in the gallery below.

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