Summary: This mp3 player, if it can be called that, is a piece of junk. The picture makes it look good but the body is made out of cheap plastic and it feels as though it will break if you push a button. It really looks like a rip off iPod nano, and is the same in quality.
Summary: In all this is a really nice piece of equipment. Honestly, I think it beats the ipod hands down. Especially for the price. It doesn't have as many features as the ipod, but if all you need to do is listen to music this mp3 player is awesome. Sounds great and easy to operate.
Summary: I had purchased this item a few years ago and my son had no issues with it, yet when I bought the second one I was really shocked it has so many issues. If you buy this item buy directly from Amazon, so if there are any issues with the firmware, you can get it replaced.Otherwise it is easy to load...
Summary: A small, affordable, general purpose MP3 player comes to mind if you were to ask me to describe the Archos 104. But this baby is not be so ordinary when it comes to performance, and reliability. Underneath this "chic" design is a easy to use, and quite capable player.
Summary: I've had a chance to use it for a month, and remembered to update the firmware to the latest version from the Archos website. (N.B. you really should do this first, after saving the files, because I found that the internal disk needed to be reformatted after the firmware upgrade).
Summary: We had purchased an Archos DVR in the past and loved it, so that is why I chose this brand for our MP3 player. I also have a Sanyo and have had problems loading song titles properly. There have been no problems with the Archos..