Summary: There are so many tablets on the market. It took a while to decide which one suited me. I wanted all the features I could get in a good quality product at a reasonable price. The Archos fits the bill apart from the fact that it does not have a rear facing camera. The keyboard/ protection cover is great although it makes the tablet a bit heavy.
Summary: Good, easy to use android tablet. Responsive touch screen with clear vibrant colours. Keyboard attaches easily and the keys have a positive action. When not in use, keyboard covers and protects the screen. A well built, easy to use tablet.
Summary: Hi all just a quick review. This tablet is awesome for the money and tbh honest my best tablet so far and I go through a lot was going to get a nexus 10 but with my funds being depleted I decided to give this a go instead as it came with a proper keyboard and that for me made it great as it also includes a full version of a mobile office app.
Summary: What to say about any Archos product, always top class quality, does what it says on the box an excellent purchase as good as anything Samsung or iPad turn out and does much the same at a much reduced price.
Summary: I had pondered between purchasing a new laptop or a tablet for quite some time. My old Dell laptop's screen would no longer stay up, battery would hold no charge etc. I decided to try a laptop once more as I thought that this might be the best way to go. Well, I was totally wrong. Windows 8 killed it for me. I had to return the laptop as it was just so frustrating to use. I love my Android based smart phone. It does everything I want and wish for.
Summary: I have tried to get a tablet that will do Skype reasonably well. I have tried four others, some dearer some cheaper. For me this was the best value from QVC It is good on Skype also it is very easy to get files and folders on to it as it connects to the computer as a flash drive and you can drag and drop what you like into it. No back camera though, but I don't think that's too much of an issue. It also has the latest Android software and a carry case.
Summary: Having owned 4 different Archos tablets over the last few years I have to say may be a bit of a biased fanboy. Originally the Archos 101 Gen8, then the 101 Gen 9, then the 80 Cobalt and now the Archos Gen10 101 XS. The XS delivers with its 1.5 GHz chip and 1 GB memory it is more than enough to handle most apps. Screen transitions are fast, the keyboard/cover is a handy tool (if you can work out how to pry it off!).