Summary: Length:: 9:53 Mins Pros: +Price +Screen is very nice, responsive enough to navigate, and movies look really good on it. +thin design, with convenient kickstand and brushed aluminum and glossy black finish +The Archos 7 V2 (what you'll likely receive) DOES HAVE ACCELEROMETER +The Archos 7 V2 DOES...
Summary: Okay, I can't say this is a "bad" product... but I can only rate it one star. That's not one star as in "awful"... it's one star as in very limited application. No gravometric innards (ie, it doesn't rotate the screen as you flip the device), doesn't access Android Market (goodbye tens of thousands...
New Android 2.1 Eclair makes this a great product!
Ohio Reader "Ohio", Amazon
10 February 2011
Summary: I have been looking for an android tablet for my girlfriend who is in nursing school and could use it at the hospitals she does clinicals at and we found a winner. I had some worries since most of the reviews talked about the older 1.5 android installed which doesn't run too many apps.
Summary: I bought the Archos 7HT with 8gb Flash memory in Jan 2011 and promptly returned it. Why? Pros: There's much to love about the Archos 7HT. Size, weight, features all wrapped into a fast interface. The high-def video is superb.
Summary: I bought this for a Christmas present so I just sat down and tried it today...the 30th. I was not happy when I found out that the market app was missing and you are unable to download it. You need this in order to download alot of other apps.
Summary: I really tried to like this little tablet as I purchased four of them for myself and my children. It had an incomplete and very basic owner manual and customer service was unhelpful and untrained.
Summary: My husband wanted me to get this instead of a netbook. The touch screen is very poor. It is very slow to get on the internet and difficult to use. The home and menu buttons are in the edges of a poor touchscreen. Not worth the money.
Summary: First, some background: I purchased this tablet as an experiment to see whether I might want to invest in a better one later, or whether I need the power of a regular tablet computer. I'm primarily displaying books that have *lots* of graphics, and scrolling and/or page turns have to be fast.
Summary: We were disappointed with the Archos 7. Perhaps it is a generational thing as we are in our sixties. But the screen was not particularly sensitive, the battery seemed to deplete faster than one might expect and, most importantly, we kept losing wireless connection cutting us off from the internet.