Archos 32 Internet Tablet

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 216 recensioni su Archos 32 Internet Tablet. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.5/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.3/5 per altri prodotti. Le persone rispondono positivamente alla connettività e schermo. In aggiunta, portabilità e design ottengono buone recensioni. Ci sono alcuni commenti comuni circa affidabilità e si osservano varie lamentele circa la fotocamera e la dimensione.

prezzo, design, portabilità, schermo, connettività

usabilità, dimensione, touch screen, fotocamera, durata batteria

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Recensione esperto da : Hugo Jobling (trustedreviews.com)

Archos 32

 

Is it an Internet tablet or a portable media player? All we know for sure is that it runs android and has a 3.2in screen.

, but these features are not the devices raison d’etre to the extent that they are of the iPod touch. The small size, more than the interface, is what will put you off doing much Internet-ing with the Archos 32.

11/2011

Recensione esperto da : Joanna Stern (engadget.com)

Archos 32 Internet Tablet review

 

With there now being five (oh yes, five!) Archos Android Internet Tablets on the market, it's understandably hard to keep 'em all straight, but in our

Support for lots of audio and video formats ; Responsive resistive touchscreen ; Good sound quality

Lacks access to Android Market ; Awkward camera placement ; No speaker

Timex’s Ironman Global Trainer is solid device that’s decidedly more watch-like than other GPS watches, but it’s still on the large side, and more expensive than some competitors.

09/2010

Recensione esperto da : Stewart Wolpin (digitaltrends.com)

Archos 32 Review

 

Voices in music and video sound faint or missing ; Fuzzy screen ; Limited number of Archos-optimized Android apps ; Slow processor ; Poor VGA camera ; No expandable memory

Recensione esperto da : Joe Minihane (t3.com)

Archos 32 review

 

A neat and affordable iPod touch alternative

09/2011

Recensione esperto da : Donald Bell (cnet.com)

Archos 32 (8GB) review

 

Many of the hottest mobile devices of 2010 run some variation of Google's Android OS. Unfortunately, getting your hands on an Android device that isn't wrapped up in carrier contracts and monthly bills is nearly impossible.

The Archos 32 delivers features such as music and video playback, e-mail, Web browsing, Bluetooth, a camcorder, and plenty of Android 2.2 goodness, in a contract-free device that fits in your pocket.

Archos uses its own app store instead of the official Google Marketplace. The touch screen is difficult to read outdoors, and the keyboard's small size makes it prone to error. The audio player choked on some podcasts and audiobooks. Storage is limited.

The Archos 32 tablet offers many of the core features of Android 2.2 at an attractive price, but its keyboard is too impractical to rely on as a productivity tool, and the Archos-managed app store limits the device's overall potential.

09/2010

Recensione esperto da (expertreviews.co.uk)

Archos 32 Internet Tablet 8GB review

 

It was only a matter of time before manufacturers started using Android in touchscreen media players; its flexibility and polished interface make Google's mobile operating system the logical choice for anyone out to make an iPod Touch rival. Archos's...

Once we fixed its limitations we enjoyed using the Archos 32, but we're sure better Android media players will be out soon.

02/2011

Recensione esperto da : Robert S Anthony, PC World US (techadvisor.co.uk)

Archos 32 Internet Tablet review

 

Don't let the name of the Archos 32 Internet Tablet fool you: it's palm-size, and it more closely resembles an Android smartphone than it does a Samsung Galaxy Tab. This is more of a mini-tablet than a tablet.

As a media player, the Archos 32 Internet Tablet could be a good travelling companion on the cheap if you don't already own an iPod touch or a smartphone, but if you're looking for smartphone-quality web surfing and apps, or if you want to read text...

12/2010

Recensione esperto da : Donald Bell (cnet.co.uk)

Archos 32 (8GB) review

 

Many of the hottest mobile devices of 2010 run some variation of Google's Android OS. Unfortunately, getting your hands on an Android device that isn't wrapped up in carrier contracts and monthly bills is nearly impossible.

The Archos 32 delivers features such as music and video playback, e-mail, Web browsing, Bluetooth, a camcorder, and plenty of Android 2.2 goodness, in a contract-free device that fits in your pocket.

Archos uses its own app store instead of the official Google Marketplace. The touch screen is difficult to read outdoors, and the keyboard's small size makes it prone to error. The audio player choked on some podcasts and audiobooks. Storage is limited.

The Archos 32 tablet offers many of the core features of Android 2.2 at an attractive price, but its keyboard is too impractical to rely on as a productivity tool, and the Archos-managed app store limits the device's overall potential.

09/2010

Recensione esperto da : Alun Taylor (reghardware.co.uk)

Archos 32 Android media player

 

Review Archos is calling the 32 an Android tablet, but I have trouble convincing myself that anything with a 3.2in screen is really a tablet so it makes far more sense to review it as a touchscreen media player.

The 8GB 32 can easily be found for just under £100 which makes it significantly cheaper than Apple’s £130 iPod Nano or Samsung's £150 Galaxy Player 50. If you can live without DRM support and storage expansion then the 32 has a lot going for it: codec...

05/2011

Recensione esperto da : Ben Sillis (electricpig.co.uk)

Archos 32 Android tablet review

 

The Archos 32 Android tablet is just like the Archos 28: the only difference is it's a bit larger and pricier – and sadly no more usable because of it.

Unbelievably solid video playback

Resistive touchscreen

The screen is a crucial missing piece of this PMP puzzle

02/2011