Archos 80 Titanium tablet

  • Archos 80 Titanium tablet
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Based on 21 scores, 25 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    9
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    6

Pros:

  • Stylish case, Good, solid build quality, Good brightness, High contrast and rich colors, Many ports

Cons:

  • Small internal storage, High weight, Weak WLAN

Expert reviews and ratings

By micromart.co.uk on 80

It's no surprise that budget specialist Archos has made the second-cheapest tablet in this test, but we didn't expect that its 80 Titanium would have the largest screen of any tablet here.The 8" display has a 768 x 1,024 resolution and, like the Acer...

By Expert Reviews on 60

This 4:3 Android tablet has excellent build quality, but its battery life and performance are fairly...

By IT PRO on 60

The Archos 80 Titanium gets it right in several key areas, with decent build quality, a reasonable screen and enough performance to enable gaming, browsing and media consumption. Its cut-down specification, poor battery life and awful camera work...

By PC Pro on 67

Impressive build and slick performance go some way towards making up for this cheap tablet's disappointing battery...

By Tech Digest on 100

Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: £149.99When it comes to looks, the Android tablet market for the most art just can't compare to the craftsmanship that goes into each and every iPad tablet Apple puts out. While it would be disingenuous...

By techradar.com/au/ on 80

The main rival to the Archos 80 Titanium is the iPad mini, along with Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - both of which sell for a great deal more. That's some tough technical competition and if you look at the Titanium's price bracket it's got an equally tricky...

By itproportal.com on 70

As a budget rival to the iPad mini the 80 Titanium actually has a lot going for it. The screen is surprisingly decent, build quality is reasonable and day-to-day performance is perfectly adequate. What's more, the 80 Titanium actually does better on...

By Wired UK on 70

As budget tablets go, the Archos 80 titanium makes a very good case for itself with its fine screen with solid build quality and performance. Of course, for another 30 quid or so you could pick up a Google Nexus 7 -- more up to date software and faster...

By mobilechoice.co.uk on 70

The Archos 80 Titanium is a good looking eight-inch tablet that seems to ape the iPad Mini, but at half the cost. It’s comfortable to use with a crisp, colourful screen and good performance, although the below-average battery life means the iPad Mini and...

By DigitalVersus on 60

The look is iPad Mini-inspired, as is the IPS display, which has all the same advantages (contrast, colours and viewing angles) and shortcomings (pixel density) as the iPad Mini. And with less battery life than we were hoping for, plus countless...

By NotebookCheck on 84

Archos 80 Titanium Is the 8-inch Archos 80 Titanium a Low-Budget Mini in terms of a cheaper alternative to the much more expensive Apple iPad Mini , which has obviously been the inspiration for the design? We can already say that the - admittedly - good...

By What Mobile on 80

Archos Titanium 80archos.com £130 (8GB), £150 (16GB) Look familiar? But this is more than an iPad Mini knock-off…Only in the last year have Apple’s competitors managed to put together a series of tablets that can compete with the iPad juggernaut. Even...

By PC Advisor on -

The Archos 80 Titanium is an 8 inch tablet running Android Jelly Bean . Archos 80 Titanium: design and screen It looks an awful lot like a mini version of the full-size iPad, (see our review of the iPad 4) thanks to its curved edges and thick-ish...

By PC Advisor on 80

The Archos 80 Titanium is one of four new models which form the Titanium range. It starts with the 70 (a 7in screen), and goes up to the 101 (with a 10.1in screen). The 80 and 97 sit in the middle, and there are no prizes for guessing their screen sizes....

By 5FWD on 80

The Archos 80 Titanium is yet another solid offering from the French gadget maestro: the company’s cheap and flimsy past is well and truly behind it. If you want a petite slate that doesn't break the bank, this may well be it.Your only consideration?...

By Trusted Reviews on -

The iPad mini is the prince of tablets. It doesn't have the spec gravitas of king iPad, but if you care about portability, it makes the full-size model seem positively past it. It's no surprise, then, that the imitators are piling in. The Archos 80...

International Review By PCWorld Italia on 70

Un tablet dal design piacevole e dalla buona qualità costruttiva. Le prestazioni sono in linea con il prezzo di vendita del prodotto, ma manca il Bluetooth e ci sono alcuni problemi di stabilità del...

International Review By Le Monde Numérique on 80

Selon nous, l'Archos 80 Titanium offre un rapport qualité/prix plutôt intéressant. Cette version 8 pouces au format 4/3 n'est pas pour tout le monde et les férus de films préféreront un modèle 16/9 mais son affichage est convenable tout comme ses...

International Review By CNET France on 60

Pour 149 € la Archos 80 Titanium est bien finie et c'est une bonne surprise. Son design n'est pas franchment original et largement pompé sur l'iPad Mini. Pour une tablette d'entrée de gamme, elle dispose d'un écran IPS correct ainsi qu'une version...

International Review By lesandroides.net on -

L'Archos 80 Titanium n'est certes pas dénuée de défauts : autonomie moyenne, poids plutôt élevé pour sa catégorie et chargeur propriétaire. Mais pour 150 €, il ne faut pas demander la Lune. D'autant que la résolution, certes moyenne, n'est pour nous pas...