Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet Driver
ARCHOS b Oxygen Tablet Display: cm ( inch) IPS multi-touch Resolution: x Processor: MediaTek MTK A Quad Core @. So it is with the new Oxygen series of tablets: the 70, 80, and b at 7-inch, 8-inch, and inches, respectively. They're all pretty basic in. Full technical specifications for the ARCHOS Oxygen tablet.
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Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet Driver
After releasing the ultra-secure GranitePhone back inArchos rose to prominence and its products now stir even more interest than before.
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Gearing up for the upcoming MWCthe company is now teasing its announcements for the show and some powerful Oxygen slates are in the cards. According to Archos, its new Oxygen tablet series comprises of three high-end Android tablets that boast top-notch specs and features, wrapped up in a sleek metal design with aluminum Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet casing.
The smallest slate features a 7-inch display, the second sports an 8-inch screen, while the third rocks a larger Other than the different screen sizes, all three Oxygen tablets look virtually the same and have nearly identical features.
Other specs include 16 GB of built-in storage space, 5-megapixel rear cameras with LED flash and autofocus and 2-megapixel front-facing shooters. The modern day tablet is used for a whole lot of things, be it multimedia, playing games, browsing the web, Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet up on emails, writing blog posts, online shopping or just good old social media.
Picking the right tablet for you and your needs however is a difficult one, which brand should you choose? Which selection of specs?
Does it need a memory card slot? It's a minefield to those not in the know. Archos have a wide range of tablets, spanning a range of budgets.
The Oxygen tablet sits near the top Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet the pile thanks to its FHD display, along with that and their Fusion Storage memory solution Archos have given themselves a unique selling point. With just the addition of a large memory card you can have yourself a device with a huge internal memory, to fill with as many apps and games as you want. But is that enough?
Well I've had the Archos Oxygen tablet for the last few weeks now and we shall hopefully see. To start my review off lets have my good and bad points.
Good and Bad Points Good Front facing stereo speakers. Great colours and angles on the p display.
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Compatible with Archos Fusion Storage to boost the internal memory. A nice range of Archos Media apps pre-installed. Makes a great gaming or mobile office device thanks to size and flexibility.
Bad The stock Archos Launcher is a little basic. The Rockchip Processor struggles at times. Volume levels with headphones in a little lacking.
Where metal meets plastic at the back Archos 101 Oxygen Tablet is a harsh lip. Outdoor visibility not good. Design The Archos Oxygen is a Not Lenovo Yoga wedge shaped, just very slight wedge shaped.
The design is pretty basic as most of the buttons and ports live in the same area on the tablet, which is the top curved edge. I suppose you could hold this tablet either way round. But I'm talking horizontal landscape mode here.