Archos G9 101 Internet tablet
Low price for a 10-inch slate, Good display quality, Excellent multimedia apps
Easily one of the best video players I've had the opportunity to use on a tablet, Such a low price point for a decent tablet will encourage more people to jump on the tablet bandwagon, The “kick stand” on the rear of the G9 is perfect for
Good value at £269.99, cheaper than most of its rivals, meaty specs with powerful CPU and reasonable RAM, wide-ranging video support covers almost every format ...
Inexpensive, Fast performance, HDMI output, Kickstand and remote control app
Smooth 1080p video playback, Includes an HDMI port and a kickstand, Archos-specific music and video player apps work well.
The Archos 101 G9 (8GB) runs 1080p video smoothly and has a good-quality screen, and its kickstand is a useful addition.
Cheap look and feel, No rear camera, Poor recording quality from front-facing camera
Only 512 MB of RAM really means that performance takes a hit at times, The button placement is extremely awkward, and the outer casing is a bit bigger than it really needs to be, While the 3G Stick is a great idea, it would have been nice to see it come s
Cheap plastic build quality, poor ...
Dull screen, Poor build quality, Short battery life, Remote control app lacks volume setting, Runs hot
Pedestrian design, Poor battery life, Still buggy, even with latest firmware update.
The tablet is too large for what it offers and has awkward button placement. Also, its single camera had poor recording quality.
By uk.hardware.info on December 12, 2012
It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you...-
By GadgetSpeak on March 21, 2012
Certain things take a long time, this certainly in one such item, I remember seeing a pre production unit in the late spring with promise that it would ship in September 2011 but it arrived with me after the start of...76
By itreviews.com on February 22, 2012
The Archos 101 G9 isn’t a looker. It’s chunky, with a plastic build that does it no favours. But it is competent, attractively priced and the optional 3G dongle is potentially quite a draw. ...80
By Computer Shopper on January 25, 2012
This inexpensive tablet has a surprisingly good screen and a wealth of media-storage and -playback options. Its poor camera recording, cheap construction, and tightly packed ports may leave you wanting more, however....60
By theregister.co.uk on January 09, 2012
The G9 101 is not without some niggling annoyances but it still represents decent value if you want a tablet that plays HD video in any format. The stand and 3G dongle are simple ideas that make the G9 rather versatile too. The only reason I can’t...70
By GadgetReview on December 28, 2011
If you're in the market for a tablet that is cheap, and incredibly good at playing videos of all...80
By 3G UK on November 30, 2011
Movie fans who want to enjoy their passion on the move will enjoy the 101 G9’s ability to play almost any video software. But with disappointing battery life, plasticky build quality and lack of rear-facing snapper, it is never going to rival the...60
By Mobile Choice on November 29, 2011
If you’re all about the mobile movie experience this is one of the best tablets out there, and it’s reasonably cheap too. But poor battery life and a plastic feel means it’s no iPad 2 killer...60
By Pocket-lint on November 17, 2011
For multimedia consumers this tablet could work very well. We think the optional 3G dongle is a great idea, and we also like the option to buy a 250GB version. The build quality is a concern though, and that headphone socket is unforgivable....70
By CNET UK on November 08, 2011
One of the cheapest 10-inch tablets on the market, the Archos 101 G9 sacrifices construction quality for a good screen, excellent expansion options and commendable compatibility with movie...70