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Michael_Marr
Posted Sep 24, 2003
At 14:40
Have you tried the new Archos AV Handheld Home Cinema system yet?

I have had the opportunity of receiving as a gift from my boss The new Archos AV handheld range , which boasts 20GB, 40gb and 80gb options and holds (e.g.40gb) 40 hours of moving SVHS video image, stores 1,500 albums, stores 1.5m jpegs, take pictures, records straight from your TV.

So all you soap fans out there will never miss an episode and you can watch it on the train on the way to work it even makes my tea strong and gets the kids to school late, 3 out of 5 days a week.

Basically its a nifty bit of kit does anyone else have something like this they can advise me on looking into?

Kind Regards

Michael Marr

 

Replies to this discussion Total Responses:4
Posted Sep 28, 2003
At 21:05
not yet..(Reply 4)

but it was good to see Kirsty at the Stuff live show on the Archos stand :)

Posted Oct 15, 2003
At 22:14
Have you tried the new Archos AV Handheld Home Cinema system yet?(Reply 1)

so are other people interested in this wonderous little gadget as much as i am???

is the screen watchable? i mean, is it suitable for watchin movies on? im goin on a trip travellin round the world, n will b stuck in little dives of towns, n airports for lengthy periods of time, so this would be ideal for relieving boredom.

has anyone seen or heard of Thomson (RCA outside of europe) effort of pvr jukebox? ive heard its supposed to be thinner in thickness and have better screen, but havnt heard of or seen somewhere where i can get my hands on one

Posted Oct 16, 2003
At 9:42
Have you tried the new Archos AV Handheld Home Cinema system yet?(Reply 2)
depends what you mean by watchable? :)

i think it is ideal for travelling as you can store so many films on there beforehand without the need of carrying loads of DVD's and a potable DVD player.

personally not seen the pvr jukebox yet :(

Posted Oct 17, 2003
At 13:28
Have you tried the new Archos AV Handheld Home Cinema system yet?(Reply 3)
Forgot to mention other attachments you can add to the basic video player, and that is the Camera attachment to allow to take pictures and home videos aswell. :)

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