Closed Archos 5 120GB internet tablet

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For sale my Archos 120GB had very little use and is boxed as it came..

little signs of use except a some very tiny marks on the steel edge of the device.

photos to follow...

review here (below)

for sale-
Archos 120gb (boxed)
keyboard (mini) for dock - which i dont have
charger & usb lead


http://www.handtec.co.uk/product.php/1712/archos-5-120gb

http://fwd.five.tv/gadgets/audio-video/portable-audio-video/mp3media-players/archos-5


£100 Uk del prefered as i'll send it insured.p&p extra

review - gadget show (ch5)

The basics
With its built-in capabilities, your Internet Media Tablet becomes the ultimate way to surf the web. The amazingly sharp and high-resolution screen lets you navigate effortlessly through the web just like you would on a PC. Browsing becomes almost seamless with the ARM Cortex processor and the Adobe Flash 9 video support. Surfing on a handheld device has never been so fast and smooth. The full email application lets you read, write, download and send attachments, and manage your contacts.

The good
Like a delicious gadget chameleon the Archos 5 has so many skins, it’s hard to tell what it does best. It plays back nearly all flavours of video, audio and photo files, it’s a Wi-Fi web browser, an email reader and (with accessories) a digital video recorder, a satnav and an extreme sports camcorder. It performs all these functions admirably well, with the aid of a bright 4.8-inch touchscreen and a 250GB hard drive that can hold 300 movies, 145,000 songs or millions of photos. The Opera browser loads websites (including Flash) in seconds, and you’ll get a decent seven hours of video playback from a single charge. Watch out for a 3G version coming soon.

The bad
As Archos loads on heavyweight features, the pounds pile on, too. The Archos 5 weighs 300g and is over twice the size of an iPhone, making it about as pocket-friendly as a steam iron. The touchscreen interface isn’t as intuitive as Apple’s, either.

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