Inexpensive. Internet access with simple browser. Solid file support.
Very weak touch screen. Apps library is weak, confusing, and feels unfiltered. Charging battery can result in device crashing.
By TechRadar on April 19, 2011
The Archos 28 Internet Tablet is one of the smallest tablets on the market. Easy to write off, we were unexpectedly impressed by it and those without a smartphone looking for a portable way of consuming media, as well as surfing the web in Wi-Fi...60
By Trusted Reviews on February 24, 2011
Archos still seems to be the only company fully embracing Android as an operating system for its higher-end media players - or Internet Tablets, as Archos calls them. After the disappointing performance of the Samsung Galaxy 50, that might not...60
By ElectricPig.co.uk on February 16, 2011
To be clear, the Archos 28 Android tablet isn’t worth your time if you have no intention of subscribing to Spotify Premium. The screen is just too much of a headache to be dealing with.But as a way to listen to all the songs you like on the go...60
By PC Mag on December 10, 2010
The cell phone-sized Archos 28 Internet Tablet sure reminds us of an MP3 player, but its frustrating touch screen is a problem no matter what you call it. Buy it...50