One of few Android 2.2 tablets with 10.1-inch screen; Mini-HDMI output; USB host and sync ports; Low price.
Inexpensive, a kick stand, thin and light, good connectivity.
Solid, Good selection of apps in AppsLib store.
Charging requires wall adapter; Screen quality and responsiveness are mediocre; Onscreen keyboard is awkward; Not fully compatible with Adobe Flash; Lacks support for Android Market and Google Mobile apps.
Display pixilation, no rear camera, only 8GB or 16GB storage.
Poor viewing angles, Performance a bit sluggish, Lackluster camera, Finicky touch experience when outputting display.
By DigitalVersus on October 03, 2013
The 101 Titanium is Archos' mid-range tablet, but with these specs it's more of an entry-level product. It's a recipe for disaster with too few advantages to make up for its shortcomings. Buyers...40
By theregister.co.uk on September 11, 2012
After a week with the Archos 101 XS I find myself rather fond of it. This is thanks mainly to the clever and well executed coverboard design and the keyboard which is impressive for something so thin and light. The tablet part won’t keep the...75
By PC Mag on September 12, 2011
A 10.1-inch tablet running Android 2.2 inside, the Archos 101 offers 8GB of internal memory expandable through its Micro SD slot and a 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor among other features. The Froyo tablet also comes with 3D OpenGL graphics, an...-
By CNET Asia on April 08, 2011
The Archos 101 tablet's price is right and the screen is ample, but the experience is outdated and performance is sluggish....60
By TechRadar on April 01, 2011
While we didn't get along with Archos' 9-inch Windows tablet, released last year, the Archos 101 thankfully addresses many of our chief concerns. The result is a highly usable and well built mobile tablet computer.Although boasting a 10.1-inch...70
By Computeractive on March 29, 2011
A poor screen, missing applications and frequent crashes make this tablet hard to recommend...40
By V3.co.uk on March 21, 2011
The 101 Internet Tablet is a good effort from Archos, but despite the reasonable price the device fails to deliver in key areas including display and video playback. We recommend that users wait for the next version of the Archos device, or opt for...60
By The Inquirer on March 16, 2011
The tablet is fairly nice looking in dark grey and has a black brushed aluminium border around the screen and on the rear. It's both thinner and lighter than the Ipad at 12mm and 480g, compared to the Ipad's 13.4mm and 680g for the lighter WiFi...60
By eTech Reviews on March 10, 2011
Archos 101 could give a tough competition to the iPad, both the devices have similar dimensions and the specs too are about the same. I got the Archos 101 in my labs for review and aws frustrated to see that there wasn’t full Adobe Flash 10...-
By Online Notebook on March 10, 2011
Archos 101 is a ten inch Android tablet that is one of the many, many tablet PCs coming out for 2010. It is light, thin and priced very affordably at $299 for the eight gigabyte model and $399 for the 16 gigabyte model. This is the first time that I...-