|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.2 GHz ARM 9 2818|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||3D OpenGL ES 2.0|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
Archos 101 G9 16GB - Turbo
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- As your ARCHOS 101 G9 tablet runs Android 3.2 and is Flash compatible you can experience the true Internet exactly like you would on a PC.
- Whether it's through the custom made Gmail or email apps for tablets, the excellent social network apps or just accessing your social networks through the web browser, your ARCHOS 101 G9 tablet is your window to your social networks and friends
- Whether it is one to one video chat with an Android Smartphone or a PC or multiple video chat via a Google+ Huddle, your ARCHOS 101 G9 tablet is perfect for those times when you have to be face to face.
- With the large 1280 x 800 screen all your favorite websites are displayed full screen and there is no need for any zooming in or out
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This thing is outstanding for a budget tablet and easily compares to my 1st gen iPad in speed and functionality. I got the 8GB model with the 1.5ghz dual processor from woot for 249.00. I immediately upgraded it over the air to Android ICS and installed the Amazon market. like all Android devices every app I purchased on my previous tablet was available to download, though I have reached a license limit on several Kindle books. The screen is wider than that on an iPad and feels like it has a larger screen. Video playback is super and crisp, though the sound quality isn't as good as other products. Over all for half the price of an iPad this thing absolutely freaking rocks!
Comppared to the iPad
* Expandable memory storage, up to 32gb
* Bigger, better, screen than the iPad first and second Gen
* Fast 1.5 Ghz dual processors
* Battery life is excellent for normal tasks, I've managed to keep the thing going all day until bedtime without powering it down or having to turn off the wifi to conserve power.
* It's a GREAT reader for e-books, comics, and the web. The larger screen makes reading comics a joy.
* It supports many more video codecs out of the box without having to buy and install players. Windows avi files are also much smaller and more can fit on the device.
* Runs the Android Market and the Amazon Market (You must install the latter)
* Archos has updated this tablet twice since I got it, first to ICS 4.0 and then to 4.0.3. The last update came within the last couple of days and I'm impressed Archos is working so diligently on the device.Read more ›
The first tablet I bought was the ARCHOS 5 Internet Tablet 500GB . I bought the 5 just before the next generation was released and held it in its box, dithering over whether to replace it with the Archos 70b Internet 7-Inch Tablet (8GB). My thinking was that if I could get the 70 250gb it would replace the 5 and then some. As it turns out, when the 70 was released it was so popular it was practically impossible to get a 250gb. model. I bought an 8 gb for comparison's sake, and ultimately decided to keep them both with different purposes in mind. the 5 has an enormous drive (500 gb!) and I am using it to archive pictures, music and video. one of the things I love about archos is that they are somewhat agnostic with respect to operating system. I encountered people on the archos friends forum who has partitioned their drive and were multi-booting windows, OSX and linux; pretty cool! for me, the primary use was as an archival device, and foir that purpose it has served quite well. It is also the last generation which has recording capabilities, and so I spent a fair bit to get the docking station so that I could connect it... to almost anything (as well as record near anything). I put a few apps on, mostly basic functional ones: a calander, appointment book, address book, a few e-readers and some media aps, and used it as a PDA and storage/ entertainment device.Read more ›
After about 2 months of owning this tablet, the screen went black. I returned to tablet to Archos for a warranty replacement. That replacement took about 6 weeks to arrive! I immediately had problems with this second tablet's touch screen, which I again returned for a replacement. Given my previous delays, customer support expedited my claim and I received my third tablet within one week. Immediately on turning on this third tablet for the first time, the display showed more problems.
I will be returning this tablet for the third time. I would be very happy to receive a fully-functional fourth tablet, but I have very little faith in Archos at this point. My suggestion is to buy a tablet with a better reputation for quality.
About a month after I got this, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) came out and other than a few graphic's changes, it really kind of feels like the same toy, so I've noticed no real difference. Though I like the upgrade procedure as it adapts your existing Honeycomb applications to the new ICS system to prevent the device from wiping it and starting fresh as I was worrying about.
My only complains are it freezes every few days and I need to force a reboot of the device. The Wifi is glitchy, it disconnects frequently under heavy load under certain applications (This could be because I haven't factory reset it since the upgrade to ICS), I can watch full Netflix movies though. The only full size USB port is for the 3G card and it will not take anything else, you need a MicroUSB to Host USB adapter (I'd recommend USB A 2.0 female to Micro USB Male Cable Adapter sold by I&K co. as this is sold in the US so you don't have to wait for customs.) if you want a flash drive to work. The screen was another bother. I'm not a huge fan of High Gloss finish, so I needed a matte finish screen protector to defuse the screen reflection. And lastly I'd also recommend the Poetic (TM) Leather Case for this tablet, I tried one other and it was terrible for this device. This one is really the best one I found.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crashing slow, freezing. Touch screen is constantly un-calibrated and touching itself right over the back button making it imposible to do anything. Read morePublished on March 28, 2014 by Ian86s
I bought this as a gift for my mom last December, its a terrible tablet and i cant believe i paid 300+ for it at the time. Its flimsy at best. Read morePublished on November 10, 2013 by Oscar
Has some very impressive features that impressed me but the one I purchased was not very durable.
I bought one for my college son as a B'day gift and it developed a very small... Read more
TLDR: don't buy this piece of junk.
I got this for $99 from TigerDirect. I needed a tablet to mount in a cabinet as a communal music player. Read more
I've had this tablet for less than a year and a a few complaints.
The first being that the screen on this unit is terrible. Read more
Worst piece of "consumer electronics" I've had the misfortune of buying in ages.
Barely lasted 10 months before charging/battery problems finally convinced me to
trash... Read more
The Archos 101 G9 16GB is by no means a bad 10.1 tablet... when it works. The specs are solid, especially for the price, but Archos seems to have skimped on their quality assurance... Read morePublished on February 24, 2013 by Joey
This product at first had me skeptical because it was a product of amazon but after I got it and started using it it started becoming clear that this product was worth the rice it... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Aramis Mirabal
I bought the Archos G9 turbo with the intent of using the optional 3g stick to connect to the internet and using the built in GPS funtion of the Archos . Guess what ? Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Tony B