Archos 24 Vision - Reproductor multimedia (LCD, 6,32 cm (2,4 pulgadas), radio FM, cámara, 4 GB)
Descripción del producto
Altura: 95 mm
Ancho: 50 mm
Banda FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz
Cables incluidos: USB Cable Mini B / A
Capacidad total de almacenaje: 4 GB
Formatos de imagen soportados: JPG, GIF, BMP
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: MPEG, FLV, AVI, RMVB
Interfaz estándar: USB
Micrófono incorporado: Y
Pantalla táctil: N
Peso: 44 g
Profundidad: 9 mm
Registro de voz: Y
Resolución de la pantalla: 320 x 240 Pixeles
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows, Mac, Linux
Tamaño de pantalla en diagonal: 61 mm (2.4 ")
Tarjetas de memorias compatibles: No específicado
Tipo de batería: -
Tipo de reproductor: -
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
En lo que al funcionamiento se refiere está bien, es sencillo e intuitivo pero el sonido por ejemplo cuando el volumen está muy bajo se escucha mucho ruido de fondo, sin contar que la radio no sintoniza bien y es imposible escuchar cualquier emisora.
Este modelo en concreto no lo recomiendo bajo mi punto de vista, Quizás otro ARCHOS.....?
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com (beta)
I purchased my Archos Vision through Amazon. It's a very pleasant mp3 player for those who want simplicity. These people include the elderly or visually needy. The user manual is brief and easy to learn.
There are 5 buttons on the face and thankfully none on the sides. The large screen is bright and easy to read, and is not usually needed once the controls are learned. The lack of user settings is a plus for me, since there are fewer variables to adjust. The simple MP3 file drag-and-drop method works best for me from the Mac Finder.
I do not plan to try the photo, radio or video functions.
Battery life is long. I like that the player charges with a standard mini-USB plug to a computer or an AC charger.
I bought four differently-branded MP3 players recently on Amazon based on user reviews, Mac compatibility and perceived simplicity. I rate the Archos Vision highest. Surprisingly, the Coby MP 610 is a close runner-up in wanted features. In third place is the Sansa Clip. The screen is painfully small. Otherwise, it's surprisingly simple. Last is the Philips GoGear Vibe. It has a small screen, and the added features, menus and side buttons increase complexity. I rate all these players as great alternatives to the iPod for Mac users. All use the mini-USB charging cable.
The first unit, just after the one month point, (there was no rough handling or dropping or any known reason for failure,) developed some kind of problem during a routine music file transfer and now displays hundreds of yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyys for some of the file titles and it no longer works. The warranty process is very user-unfriendly and has many steps before anything can be returned, I'm still patiently waiting after more than a month to get a return authorization after several mind-numbing efforts to contact the company.
The second player developed a different problem, also within a month of purchase and also without being dropped or handled roughly, with the screen showing a bunch of pulsating lines instead of an image.
There is no device support for these on the Archos website and the product does not come with a software backup, so you won't be able to 'reset' or reload or do anything other than go through a really obnoxious warranty process.
This could be a great device after they get the bugs worked out but in March 2011 there seem to be some serious manufacturing or design problems and you risk a real pain in the tuckus at getting repairs.
Fair warning to the public! I don't know of a better product or I would have bought something else to begin with!
As I said, the audio quality is far and above to what I was expecting and it is quite simple to use. (For a senior citzen, it is just right).
I guess if I just had to complain it would be a relatively short battery life that I would talk about. I think it will hold a charge for about 6 to 7 hours. For me this is not important. I guess if someone is very active and on the go they would want something with more G's and a longer battery life. Otherwise I highly recommend it to anyone that is starting out, or buying it for a young person that is a beginner. I wouldn't hesitate to buy one for a grandchild around 7 years old and on up. It is just great!!
7/10- First try at downloading and playing video was unsuccessful. Tried to load an mpeg video but got the error message when I tried to view it on the player. According to the documentation this shouldn't have been a problem. I used a free video converter (downloaded from the internet) to convert to AVI. I transferred the video to my player and now it plays just fine. Hope that's a helpful hint.