Excerpt: Normally, critics chuckle with maniacal glee given the chance to savage a really awful product. But we take no joy in reporting the Archos 32, the company’s 3.2-inch Android-based portable media player (or, as the company pretentiously calls it, an “Internet tablet”), is a complete disaster.
Excerpt: The Archos 32 is a 3.2-inch touch screen tablet computing device that comes without the burden of a monthly cellular bill or contract. It runs the Google Android mobile operating system and has a solid construction all with an amazingly cheap price tag.
Pros: Great music/video interface, Android 2.2 "Froyo" installed, No contracts/monthly bills
Cons: Low-quality display, No multitouch, No access to Google Marketplace
Summary: The Archos 32 is a pretty good portable media player — if you’re cool with a device that has a 3.2 inch, 400 x 240 pixel display, no speaker, and very few physical buttons.
The internet tablet was able to handle most audio and video files I threw at it, and they looked pretty good on the little...
Summary: For $149, the Archos 32 is a pretty good deal, so long as you're willing to live with some trade-offs. It's a solid portable media player that can also surf the web and access (some) Android apps. We especially like the wide range of supported audio and video formats.
Conclusion: Now, as Android PMP’s go, this is not bad. I say that because there are those that are better than with news emerging of a Samsung Galaxy Player , the standard is only going to get higher. As a budget Android PMP, though, this is probably one of the best and more than justifies the pricetag.
Excerpt: 17.01.2011 17:16 Uhr | 48° | 0 Ein Android-Abspielgerät für alle Fälle. Klein aber fein - trotz resistiver Display-Technologie erfasst das Display jede Berührung. [Quelle: alltouchtablet.com] Das Archos 32 ist ein wahrer Winzling – mit seinem Gewicht von nur 72 Gramm und weniger als einem Zentimeter...