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Archos has announced their new PMA 400, a portable video device that doubles as a PDA, running the Qtopia environment on top of Linux (like the Sharp Zaurus series). The little stud muffin also has built-in Wi-Fi, as well as a 30GB hard drive, so we're talking quite a bit of function in a device that shouldn't cost more than most high-end Pocket PCs. Archos makes good products with often unnecessarily obtuse interfaces—might not be for everybody, but it'll be Tweakish Delight for nerds. (Thanks, Bruno!)

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