Reviews and Problems with Archos 43 internet tablet
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Great little device with supurb display, but single touch and old Android.
1 week ago
Summary: This is a very nice tablet with some real pros and some cons. One noticeable problem is that it has a resistive rather than capacitive touchscreen. It requires a slightly heavier touch and will only recognize a single touch point. It is not multi touch. However the responsiveness is actually better than I expected. For most applications on a device this small it's quite good. The biggest problem I've found, is that it runs Android 2.2, an older version of android.
basically its an awesome little tablet, and is affordable.
22 March 2013
Summary: I bought the 16GB version basically for entertainment and storage. I pretty much wanted an ipod touch, but I wanted Android. I hate using an apple, lol. Anyway, this thing exceeded my expectations, and I love it. Pros: big screen with high quality picture battery lasts for ever internet can be mobile version or pc version can dual-boot w/ linux angstrom easily connects to tv for larger viewing great sound quality from built in speakers touch screen lightweight IT HAS A...
Summary: Archos 43 is another great internet tablet from Archos. The Archos 43 has a bright and vibrant 4.3 inch screen. This device was originally designed to be a phone, so it is great for Skype calls. (Although it does not have any cellular capabilities) Even though the device does not come with the Play Store, you can still install it. In AppsLib, the app store for the Archos 43, search and download ArcTools. That app will install the Play Store for you.