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  • Ipod

    3 30.00%
  • Archos

    5 50.00%
  • Aigo

    1 10.00%
  • Other (please name it too :] )

    1 10.00%
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Thread: PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

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    PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

    me and a couple of my friends are arguing which is better for its price and use,
    the archos 250gb pmp,
    the ipod classic or touch,
    or the aigo http://en.aigo.com/en/ProductInformation-606.aspx
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    Re: PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

    I can't see the advantage of the aigo playing HD really.. does it have anything to get the signal to a tv etc.. because I couldn't see it.

    The ipod touch is nice enough but I quite like the Archos stuff

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    Re: PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

    I've had an Archos AV404 for a few years now, and have always liked it. It's an older model, and from the specs, it looks like they've come on leaps and bounds. Out of brand loyalty if nothing esle I voted Archos, but I found the player to be great. The 404 doubled up as a recording device from Scart channels too, so that's a benefit over the Ipod straight off.

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    Re: PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

    depends what you want to use it for, but Archos def the best for
    1) changeable battery
    2) versatility
    3) movies / video

    downside is they tend to be thicker than some other products out there
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    Re: PMP - Archos, Ipod or Aigo

    For my needs, I found the Creative Zen to be the best choice.

    - Cheap
    - SDHC slot
    - Excellent sound quality
    - Good range of file formats accepted
    - Decent software

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