Summary: My favourite MP3 player. I even ditched my iPod for this: no need for iTunes, simply drag'n'drop the songs. Of course, less feature, not as fancy capacitive touch screen, but hey, FM transmitter built-in, and plays songs for under 100 bucks! I really cannot ask for more.
Summary: since I dont listen to much music the Archos 30c was a really good option since the price is alot cheaper than other options like the Ipod nano. Pros: cheap good audio long battery life Cons: sometimes can be difficult to select things screen will break if you drop heavy objects onto it Overall a...
Summary: It's OK compared to the Archos 3 vision I had before, I only bought this one because the other broke after 2 years, and yes it was my own fault.. So I'm comparing this 3Oc vision to the 3 vision.. The feel of it is kind of cheap..
Summary: Archos always deliveres, i own a tablet made by Archos,,very happy with it, that why i knew i was buying something good but i didnt know how great it would be, don't try to compare it with apple mp3 players,, but this is the best mp3 player i had so far i had many, easy to operate, easy to down load...
Summary: This little MP3 is perfect for someone like me. I don't really care if the picture quality is good, clear, crisp etc. What I wanted was something I could use when I go running. Just some tunes to make the time pass! And this little easy to use MP3 was perfect!
Summary: I would have given this media player 5 stars - for the money - if Archos had included a micro sd slot. As it is, it is still a handy little device for a reasonable price. It does not have the feel, the fit, or the touchscreen quality of an iPod Touch (which is about four times as expensive).
Summary: I got this for $60, I bought it for use in the gym. It works fine as far as i'm concerned. The scroll wheel is useless and the touch screen is quirky, but once you get used to it it is definately worth the money.