Sleek, solid design.
Good graphics quality.
Runs Windows 7.
Roomy 60GB hard drive.
USB port and webcam.
Very portable (1.8 pounds).
Runs just about any Windows app.
Plenty of storage space.
Thin design, lots of storage space.
Native DiVX/XViD support
Touch screen requires firm press.
Frustrating typing experience.
Short battery life.
No touch-friendly software.
Needs more RAM.
Performance is dismal.
Just 3 hours battery life even with WiFi turned off.
Terribly slow CPU.
No way to easily rotate orientation.
Slow hard drive.
Bad choice of operating system and version.
By TechReviewSource on June 14, 2010
Tablet PCs have become one of the hot gadgets to have over the past year or so and the Archos 9 PC Tablet hopes to tap into that expanding market by offering a relatively solid tablet. The 8.9-inch tablet is powered by the Microsoft Windows 7...60
By TechRadar on April 15, 2010
Archos is best known for its range of personal media players, although it recently entered the computing market with the Archos 10 netbook. The Archos 9 touchscreen tablet is its latest venture, but sadly proves frustrating to use. At first glance the...30
By LaptopMag on March 12, 2010
This slow and touch-unfriendly tablet doesn’t hold a candle to the...30
By Wired on March 11, 2010
The iPad is not yet out, but the aspiring iPad killers are lurking everywhere.One of the first out of the gate is the Archos 9 PC Tablet. Archos has long ruled the portable media-player space, and in recent years it has tiptoed into the mini-tablet...40
By G4tv.com on March 04, 2010
Video Review: Who wants an iPad when you can take your Windows 7 on the go with the Archos 9 tablet? Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn take a look at this small tablet netbook that measures only 0.68" thin with a 9" touch screen, and 1 gig of RAM for...40
By CNET Asia on February 23, 2010
The Archos 9 PC Tablet looks the part of a full-OS iPad competitor, but hardware frustrations make it a tough sell....59
By Online Notebook on February 17, 2010
Archos 9 PC Tablet looks really good for a tablet computer but the novelty will wear off soon. The device is extremely slow even for basic tasks. We think Archos needs to think a bit before they call such devices a Netbook replacement....-
By RegHardware on February 15, 2010
Regardless of role the Archos 9 could do with a much longer battery life. If the company improved the specification or dropped the price, then the 9 would make more sense. As it is, we suspect that anyone with four hundred odd quid burning a hole in...65
By CNET UK on February 12, 2010
The Archos 9 PC Tablet certainly looks the part of an iPad competitor, but its hardware limitations make it a tough sell...59
By The Inquirer on February 11, 2010
This professionally designed product could well be at home as an HP or Dell device, rather than hailing from a small French PDA outfit. Encased in a robust oblong housing is an 8.9-inch resistive touchscreen, with a resolution of 1024x600. This...50