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Archos 80 Titanium HD

Archos 80 Titanium HD Android Tablet


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Archos 80 Titanium HD
Archos 97 Titanium HD
Archos 97 Carbon
Archos 7f G3
Archos ARNOVA 8c G3
Archos 80 Titanium HD Android Tablet
Archos 97 Titanium HD Android Tablet
Archos 97 Carbon 9.7-Inch 16 GB Tablet
Archos 7f G3 7-Inch 4 GB Tablet
Archos ARNOVA 8c G3 8-Inch 8 GB Tablet
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Release Date
Apr 2013
Jan 2013
Jul 2012
Jul 2012
Jul 2012
Operating System
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Android
Android
Android
Display
8 in. IPS
9.7 in. IPS
9.7 in.
7 in. TFT Active Matrix LCD
8 in. TFT Active Matrix With Touchscreen
Installed RAM
1024.0 MB
1024.0 MB
1024.0 MB
1024.0 MB
Networking Type
WiFi
WiFi
Integrated Wireless LAN
Integrated Wireless LAN
Integrated Wireless LAN
Processor
Dual-core A9 1.6GHz
Dual-core A9 1.6GHz
Cortex A8 1 GHz
Cortex A8 1.2 GHz
Cortex A8 1 GHz
Screen Size(Diagonal)
8.0 inch
9.7 inch
9.7 inch
7.0 inch
8.0 inch
Weight
0.97 lb.
1.4 lb.
1.4 lb.
0.82 lb.
1.12 lb.
Rear Webcam Resolution
2.0 MP
5.0 MP
Flash Size
8.0 GB
8.0 GB

  • There are problems, issues, and 'missing' features when you compare the Archos 80 Titanium to an iPad mini, but that costs twice as much.

    Besides, despite its lack of GPS, Bluetooth and poor cameras, it does add flexible options like mini HDMI and micro USB connections.

    And in many areas the Archos 80 Titanium out-performs its heftily- priced rival to the extent that anyone thinking of purchasing a small tablet should seriously consider whether spending more than this is really necessary.


  • The Archos 80 Titanium proves that you can get a decent tablet without breaking the bank. Its screen isn't high resolution, but it's a good IPS panel which matches the iPad mini for half as much. Performance is also good, as is build quality; only the cameras let the side down. If you're on a tight budget or want a tablet for your kids, this is a great choice.


  • 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 looking Frenchman cannot quite keep up with the small size Californian tablet.

    However, this has no negative impact on the overall impression of the well-built and thin tablet with an aluminum chassis. In the end the device performs well against other devices in its (price) range.


  • Overall, the Archos 97 Titanium HD is a decent Android tablet that offers a good quality screen, build quality and is very easy to use. However, sluggish performance will frustrate you as time goes on.


  • "HD is on it, but not in it". This might describe the sobering impression that Archos' 97 Titanium HD made in our tests. Of course, the tablet is a real eye-catcher. It is slim, well-built and the aluminum chassis makes not only a stylish but a robust impression. And nevertheless, it was not really fun using Archos' 97 Titanium, powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. The nice exterior already starts to crumble when turning on the device for the first time.


  • Archos' Elements series started off on the wrong foot with the 97 Carbon. While the more-than-adequate screen, wide viewing angles (a first for Archos), size, aspect ratio and ICS are all undeniable strengths, it's all run by a processor that's way behind the times and the whole thing is in need of optimising. Plus, if you just search around a bit you're bound to find a better device at the same price. Who knows, maybe an update will help correct the stability issues.

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    The Archos Arnova 8 G3 is priced fairly well at $149.99, from major online retailers. There are no custom skins or bloatware. It will allow you to quickly upgrade to Jellybean and get new features like Google Now. This device is not Google Certified, so you will not find Gmail, Play, Google Books, and various other core apps that you know and love. Of course, you will be able to install these from AppsLib or the Good e-Reader App Store.