ARCHOS 101 XS (G10) ICS firmware update 4.0.24 available (power consumption,...

The ARCHOS 101 XS gets a new firmware just a few days after the product is selling. While the pre-release product we tested (see...

ARCHOS 101 XS (Gen 10) finally available on ARCHOS online shop...

The wait is over, ARCHOS 101 XS has finally made it to their online store, apparently with immediate availability. The ARCHOS 101 XS...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) goodies: Archos Remote Control

The Archos Remote Control, introduced a while ago on the Gen8 products line is a proprietary application that let you control an Archos device...

New Gen 10 keyboardless pricing, ARCHOS 101 XS tablet at 280...

It looks like ARCHOS is adjusting their tablet prices to better follow the Google Nexus (8 Gb model at $199, 159 UKP, 199...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) review | Part 4: battery life...

Let's now have a look at the Archos 101 XS battery life, focusing in a video play test. Unlike the Asus Transformer, the keyboard...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) review | Part 3: tablet and...

On the paper, Archos 101 XS tablet, powered by a TI OMAP 4470 System on Chip (SoC) still clocked at 1.5 GHz isn't expected to provide such a performance boost over the previous Archos G9 based on the TI OMAP 4460. We have run several benchmarks to get an idea, you will find the results below.

Archos Gen10xs line-up to include a 11.6″ tablet

While Archos officially only revealed three tablets in its Gen10xs line-up, thanks to the last years kernel revealings we knew that a ~12" version...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) tablet firmware already available !

The Archos 101 XS, the first Gen 10 tablet is not yet on the market that Archos is making its firmware available. While the...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) review | Part 2: tablet design

Archos 101 XS has managed to pack a new design and deliver a very thin tablet. Both faces of the device are made of white plastic mixed with metal enclosures light gray colored. Compared to previous Archos models, it seems there has been a lot of efforts in the tablet build quality, as the pieces are now better adjusted, the whole device seem quite solid, the material feel quite good and does not catch fingerprints.

Archos 101 xs (Gen 10) tablet review | Part 1: introduction

A year has passed since Archos released their Gen 9 tablets. A few months ago, Henri Crohas, Archos founder and CEO promised a very innovating superthin tablet with keyboard which can also be used to cover the device. However this is not all, it should be one of the first tablets to run on the TI OMAP 4470 CPU and many other improvements were made over the previous Gen 9 models.