I bought an Oxygen 101b tablet to replace a Nexus 10 that died. No comparison. I knew the Archos would not compare well, but was not expecting the WORST SPEAKERS ON A TABLET, EVER. Congrats, Archos. You managed to kill the joy of sound. And this from a company that made the wonderful Archos 35 Home Connect (http://store.archos.com/archos-home-connect-p-5027.htm?id=5027). Oh, and the screen does not dim well. I am forced to use an app to dim the screen at night (the navigation buttons still shine brightly). The clock is also buggy (gets stuck on two different times, in the display and in the notification drawer).
Just got an Archos 121 Neon, exclusively for taking notes & using DrawExpress in meetings at work. For 120 bux, it meets my expectations & does the job that I bought it for. It also makes a nice-sized photo frame to hand around at social events.
Run Gmail & Chrome at the same time & you'll drag it down to a painfully slow crawl, as would be expected of any Android device with only 1GB of DRAM. Horses for courses...
They all run on a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek 8163A processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. These tablets have a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP shooter on the front for selfies and video calls; they even share the same 8mm thickness. Battery wise, the 70 Oxygen has a 3,000mAh battery, the 80 Oxygen a 4,500mAh battery, while the largest 101b Oxygen model sports a 6,000mAh battery. To top it all off, all three tablets will come pre-installed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The Archos 50d Oxygen smartphone will sell for USD$ 149.99 (about RM630) while the 70 Oxygen, 80 Oxygen and 101b Oxygen will go for £75 (about RM350), £100 (approximately RM470), and £120 (roughly RM560) respectively.