Archos is one of those companies that is known better for its technology than its army of rabid fans. It had a hard-drive-based music player before the iPod, and it had one of the first, if not the first, portable DVRs on the market. Last year it rolled out the 4th generation portable media players, including the 604 … »
The successor to the 604 Wi-Fi, the 80GB Archos 704 Wi-Fi has been caught on film. Sure, we saw some pictures about a week ago, but let's admit it, we only cared because we had nothing better. It was like an appetizer—the delicate balance of mozzarella to its deep fried bread crumb counterpart was rocking our… »
Thanks to the fact that Archos used GPL and LGPL code in constructing their firmware for the Archos 604 and 604 Wi-Fi devices, they're forced to release just about the source code for said firmware into the public domain. What does this mean to the average Archos 604 user? Not a whole lot, at least right now. The code… »
The Zune, which comes out next week, isn't the only WiFi media player out there, remember.
The Archos 604 is here today, andI think the Archos might be better by some measures. Simply said, the 4.3-inch touchscreen is perfect, and extremely fingerprint resistant. Photo thumbnails were small enough to fit a ton of… »
We're learning more and more about the upcoming Archos 404 (pictured here) and 604 portable media players as we approach their anticipated release, with the latest news suggesting that the main difference between the two will be screen size: the 404 will feature a 3.5-inch screen with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution while … »