Summary: The Archos 9 isn’t really a tablet. It’s just a cheaper version of an ultra-mobile PC, a category that died long ago. If you like the idea of owning a tablet that supports Flash and takes advantage of Windows 7’s touch capabilities, wait for the HP Slate. We know you—and Archos—can do better than this.
Pros: Thin sturdy design, USB port and webcam, Built-in kickstand, Decent speakers,
Cons: Poor touchscreen, Frustrating typing experience, Short battery life, Sluggish performance, Runs hot, No touch-friendly software,