Fact or Fiction: Archos Tablets
Surely, getting a tablet in the $100 to $400 range must mean giving up a lot and carrying around a concrete slate-sized device, right? Test your Archos tablet know-how and find out.
Archos came out with its first tablet-like devices in 2009.
Archos has "arch" in its name, reflecting its success in creating a bendable, flex screen.
"Angry Birds" doesn't work well with Archos tablets.
Archos is the first company to launch an Android 3.2 operating system tablet.
Tablets don't have hard drives.
Archos has more "flash" than Apple.
Archos tablets don’t support Skype.
Archos means "tablet" in Greek.
A 2.8-inch (7.11 cm) device isn’t really a tablet.
Apple's iPad 2 weighs more than an Archos 101 tablet.
Archos tablets are light because they're made from an aluminum alloy.
Upgrading an Archos tablet with a 2.2 operating system involves just replacing parts to make it 3.2 ready.
Google Android operating systems are named after desserts, in alphabetical order for each upgrade.
Archos tablets are so affordable that no one thinks they can compete with Apple's iPads.
Archos is also the name of the company's president.
Archos didn’t have access to Google's Android Market early on, so it started its own Android marketplace.
New Archos tablets will come with an app for the Google Android Marketplace installed.
WebOS had an uncertain future after the 2011 announcement that HP will stop developing and selling WebOS devices, but Archos has WebOS products in the works.
You can store about 20 hours of films in HD on the new Archos 101 G9.
Archos offers a smaller selection of tablets than most manufacturers.