Massive storage for tablet.
Above-average media-playback apps.
Lots of ports and connectivity options.
Has a neat kickstand.
Can play full 1080p HD video.
Poor video capturing.
Heavy and bulky.
Cheap-looking and -feeling plastic case.
Processing speed is slow.
It's video records out of sync.
It has some awkward design errors.
By DigitalVersus on August 16, 2012
In tech terms, this is the best Archos tablet of the bunch. With Android 4.0 that's smooth, stable and crash-free, plus a relatively powerful processor, the 101 G9 Turbo is everything this range should have been ever since it launched. However, the...60
By Computer Shopper on June 12, 2012
Massive storage and lots of connectivity options make this an attractive slate for the price, especially for video playback—if you're willing to overlook a few serious design flaws and a poor-performing video camera....60
By AnandTech on May 23, 2012
The tablet market is dominated, we all know, by Apple. Apple is arguably the lone American success story in the consumer electronics space. All of Apple’s serious competition comes from companies outside the US, and nearly all of those are in...-
By Expert Reviews on May 03, 2012
The G9's bright screen, decent software and optional 3G dongle help make up for some slightly suspect build quality...80
By cnet on April 23, 2012
Despite its ICS update and slightly upgraded processor, the Archos 101 G9 Turbo's glacial lag and cumbersome build makes this tablet safe to skip...60
By Android Police on April 13, 2012
Here's what it boils down to: if you're looking for the dirtiest of the dirt cheap tablets without sacrificing functionality and you're not a fan of 7" tablets, this is probably the way to go. ASUS is certainly trying to compete with Archos...-
By Channel Pro on April 05, 2012
A powerful Ice Cream Sandwich tablet for under £300, but plasticky build and an average screen sour the dealRating: 3Average: 3 (1 vote) Tablets with the glamour of Apple’s new iPad or Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 will set anyone’s...60
By G4tv.com on April 05, 2012
Video Review: The Archos 101 G9 Turbo Android Tablet offers a 1 GHz processor, capacitive 7" touch screen, front-facing camera and HDMI output capability with 250 GB of storage. But how do those features really work out? Kevin Pereira and Matt Mira...60
By PC Pro on April 05, 2012
A powerful Ice Cream Sandwich tablet for under £300, but plasticky build and an average screen sour the...67
By itreviews.com on March 26, 2012
Archos certainly owes Google a few words of thanks for the work it put into Ice Cream Sandwich, and improving the Android tablet experience. Although the 101 G9 Turbo ICS tablet does offer a minor speed bump over its predecessor, the biggest...80