Offers most of the capabilities of Samsung's popular Android smartphones
Well-built, Runs all Android phone apps, Solid sound quality
Full access to the Android Market
Feels very well built
'little slow and browsing large volumes'
'sharp and sprawling 4.8-inch, 800-by-480-pixel touch screen'
'The player is a bit awkward to hold because the headphone jack is on the side, jabbing into the palm of your hand.'
'latest home entertainment and digital audio news'
'excellent video format support'
'We became very skeptical of Archos's claim after we noted that a fully charged battery became 30 percent depleted after watching video for about an hour.'
'It was necessary to press the buttons slowly and forthrightly, and I found myself needing to repeat touches far too often.'
'The latest firmware (1.3.05) was very stable and worked in conjunction with the ARM Cortex processor to produce a lag-free experience when moving about the system.'
'The second-generation Apple iPod Touch has it all.'
'unique touch-based interface'
'audio is akin to what we described in our original Touch review: good, but not great.'
'Pros Excellent music and film performance. 32GB flash memory.'
'100 free music downloads'
'unnecessary and expensive toy'
'no-frills and logical menu system'