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Monitor and control your home with your smartphone or tablet with the Archos Smart Home. Here's our hands-on review.
£150 inc VAT
The Archos GamePad 2 is a 7-inch Android 'Jelly Bean' tablet that comes encased in a physical gamepad, something that Archos hopes will appeal to gamers. Read our…
£150 inc VAT
If you can't afford the iPad 4 then Archos is always on-hand with a cheaper alternative. Find out if this Archos Android tablet is a bargain in our Archos 97b…
£209 inc VAT
Archos' latest 8-inch tablet may look like a well-known rival but at £130 it's half the price. Read our review of the 80 Titanium to find out whether it's a bargain…
£130 inc VAT
Archos' 101 XS is the latest Android tablet with a keyboard dock. Read our Archos 101 XS review to find out more.
£300 inc VAT
The Archos 7od eReader is an inexpensive 7in ebook reader with a decent feature set and solid battery life. So why aren't we recommending everyone rush out and buy…
£59 inc VAT
The Archos 101 is a curious Google Android 2.2 tablet - and not always in a good way.
£229 inc VAT
The Google Android-powered Archos 32 Internet Tablet is palm-size, and more closely resembles an Android smartphone than it does a Samsung Galaxy Tab. This is a…
£101 inc VAT
Archos has added a Google Android flavour to its Archos 5 range of portable media players/internet tablets: the Archos 5 Internet Tablet.
£274 inc VAT
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