Any consumer electronics device that will arrive in the US will first have to go through the paces at the FCC, and the same rule applies to the Archos 35 Vision. This is a touchscreen-equipped portable media player that does seem as though it will arrive in the market too little, too late to compete against the iPod touch that has already laid a solid stranglehold globallly. Featuring a 3.5” touchscreen display, it will also be able to handle most of the popular audio, video and photo file formats, while output your video via HDMI. It might not be too popular though considering the relatively small storage space it offers at just 8GB, and to lack a memory card slot of sorts can be considered to be a cardinal sin these days. Well, at least it has Wi-Fi connectivity for you to stream audio. It might be slapped with a $100 price point officially, but doing your shopping around might help you get one for less.
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