Amazon is now offering the Archos 5 Internet tablet for the masses, where it will come in 160GB and 32GB capacities (with the latter featuring an SSD as the storage medium of choice), retailing for $389.99 and $369.99, respectively. Would you rather have so much more storage space albeit running the risk of damaging your hard drive during rough and tumble moments? As for the 500GB model that is going for $499.99, it is still under pre-order status and ought to ship shortly. It would be interesting to see how this Android-powered portable media player would perform in the market against other more established names.
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