yeah, Archos doesn't get alot of credit and its a shame, cause they do make nice stuff and incorporate alot of stuff like the kickstand for one that others take for granted. They have a very big following and a nice community much like ours that include developers always hacking away at stuff.
With both Gingerbread and Honeycomb, the devices really didn't shine, but with ICS I see them doing very well.
Being a French company, I think they're bigger over in europe. But they do have a pretty big following.
ASUS Vivotab Smart
Barmes & Nobles Nook HD+
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9"
Google Nexus 5
Adam LCD 3g(retired & living in Dominican Republic)
I had a 101. Wasn't all that impressed with the build quality though I have experienced worse (to much flex in the device as I could distort the screen by pressing on the back of the device). Other then that though I had almost no complaints. They provided updates and were generally pretty responsive to things.
I got a G9 80 for my daughter for Christmas. works great and has great standby battery life.
Tablet: Notion Ink Adam PQi 3G, EdenX 2.7
Phone: Google Nexus S, Rooted, Gingerbread 2.3.4
Special Thanks and a Surprise
ViewSonic ViewPad E70
Marvell OLPC interview
Marvell and GoogleTV
What I HATE about CES
LifePhorm by Lethal Protection
SlideIt CES 2012
METLab CES 2012
MEdge CES 2012
StandzOut at CES 2012
Lazy-Hands at CES 2012
SkyTex Technology Inc
Visual-Land at CES 2012
Of all the videos and I like them all, the one that really hit with me is the "What I hate about CES" one. But its not just CES, its usually every major electronic showcase from individual ones to as big as CES. You figure, like macktion mentioned in the video, CES is closed to the public so having the almost naked clad women there to bring the general public guys over to see the exhibit doesn't make sense. Most guys (and gals) going to CES are there to see the new devices, learn more about them and see what is the new trend etc. If they do have these half naked women at least they should be knowledgeable in the product.
Anyway, enough of my rant, I may be in the minority in that view anyway, the videos were awesome and thanks for representing tabletroms and thanks for all those that made it possible for you to be there. Great work team.