Archos has employed Android 3.2 on its 101 G9 tablet. Unlike previous tablets from Archos, this isn't a limited installation, and finally boasts full access to the Android Market.
This means you can install the swathes of applications, utilities and 3D games that appear on there - currently standing at some 300,000 apps, although the list of tablet-focused ones is still frustratingly low.
This isn't a Tegra 2 machine, but it doesn't seem to hold the Archos 101 G9 back too much when it comes to games - the likes of Dungeon Defenders works fine, while the ubiquitous Angry Birds Rio is smooth.
The Archos 101 G9 ships with a suite of tools pre-installed that focus on the machine's main strength, media playback.
The Music tool replaces the standard Android offering, making for a far more visually appealing interface for handling your favourite tunes.
The Video utility is more impressive though, pulling metadata and posters down to make for a great way of viewing information about your films and TV shows.
You're not limited to simply playing your movies off the tablet either, as you can connect it to your Windows shares to stream movies. It will handle 1080p content without breaking into a sweat, and will handle plenty of the main formats.
You'll need a mini HMDI to HDMI cable to get the most from this machine, and while we would have liked one to be included in the package, it's probably asking a bit much at this price point.