Archos 32 Internet Tablet 8GB, 800 MHz, Cortex-A8, 8 GB, Flash, 81.3 mm (3.2 "), 400 x 240 Pixeles
Descripción del producto
Archos 32 Internet Tablet 8GB. Velocidad de reloj del procesador: 0.8 GHz Modelo del procesador: Cortex-A8. Capacidad total de almacenaje: 8 GB Tipo de almacenamiento: Flash. Diagonal de la pantalla: 81.3 mm (3.2 '') NÃºmero de colores de la pantalla: 16.77 M. ResoluciÃ³n de cÃ¡mara principal: 0.3 MP. Tipo de Wireless LAN: 802.11b 802.11g 802.11n VersiÃ³n de Bluetooth: 2.1+EDR
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Video quality for the screen size is fine. More importantly for, the 32 plays a wide variety of formats. Sound quality is excellent. I find the sound quality has much more to do with your earphones and the quality of the file than the player itself. My high quality MP3s and FLACs sound just fine.
I did install the Android Marketplace with the hack you can easily find on the web. This made the 32 even better.
Bottom line: if you want to have an android phone without the phone and expensive contract, this is a great option.
First off, the biggest complaint I hear is that Google Marketplace is not available for the Archos products. But in fact, if you head over to archosfans, you can find a fix for this.
Secondly, wifi reception. Is it the best? No. But let's put it this way. I can receive signal from OUTSIDE my house. Plenty good for me. I could even get a neighbor's wifi from across the street if I was in one room of my house. So don't plan on picking up wifi from outside your house or a wifi hotspot, restaurant or hotel. There really won't be a need to do this anyways, though.
Thirdly, screen size. Yeah, it could leave a little to be desired when web browsing in landscape mode. But otherwise it's fine.
Fourthly, touch screen. It works fine for entering short URL's with your fingers and swiping things up and down. Sensitivity is awesome. However, be aware: typing in portrait mode almost REQUIRES a stylus. Switching to landscape mode fixes this however. Also, it can only register one touch at a time (no emulators!).
Lastly, storage. You only have around 6.8-ish Gigabytes to work with here. And there is no SD Card slot. BUT with Ogg Audio at 96kbps ripped from Winamp (which closely resembles MP3 quality at 160kbps) I can fit well over 5,000 4 to 5 minute songs on here. Also, if you encode your DVD's into 320x240 format, you can probably fit up to 3-4 full length movies on here. Movies downloaded from YouTube in their "medium" (320p) .mp4 quality only take up a max of 30 Megabytes. Meaning if you know what you're doing, space won't be a problem.
Overall, look at this for what it is: an mp3 player with all kinds of awesome extras (can be used like a phone with Google voice). For $150, this makes a GREAT and CHEAP alternative to an iPod Touch.
I really only have a few complaints with this device. The resistive touch screen is a bit irritating to me, not because of lack of responsiveness, but because it can be activated by anything. If you bump the power button in your pocket, anything that touches the screen is going to activate it. This can be fixed by having a security pattern, but this is another issue for me. Unless you're extremely skilled, you can't really change songs in your pocket. I don't want to pull the thing out and draw the security pattern just to change the song every few minutes (This really is just a minor annoyance, not a buy/not buy issue, I just bought a small bluetooth remote that I can also use for some of the emulators available on the marketplace.) My biggest complaint is about the range of the wireless adapter. You can't be more than 30 feet away from your router if you want to get wi-fi. This isn't an issue for a library or apartment, but it's frustrating to be restricted to one side of my house if I want to get a new app or do anything on Facebook.
All things considered, this was a great buy. $150 for a device like this is a steal. It is a superior media player, and is a superior product all around. If Archos had as much brand power in the US as Apple or Microsoft, their devices would be bestsellers from minute one.