New Archos Gmini 220 Small 20GB HD MP3 Player

Posted: Oct 23 2003, 8:44am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:03pm CDT, in Portable Devices


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New Archos Gmini 220 small 20GB HD MP3 Player

Archos announced officially today the Archos Gmini 220 and the Gmini 120. We reported about the Archos Gmini 120 already 2 weeks ago.

Archos says the GMINI 220, the industry's smallest 20-gigabyte MP3 player, will be available in November. Well we do not think so. There are no measurements available to us, but from the available photos, we doubt that it will beat the Toshiba GigaBeat with 89.5mmx 76.5mm x 12.7mm!.

The differences in the GMINI 220 and 120 devices are in the form factor and screen size, where the GMINI 220 is the smaller and has a 2.5 inch LCD screen. The GMINI 220 screen is grayscale with a blue backlight for easy viewing of photos and icons.
Both players offer MP3 and WMA recording and playback, an icon-based interface, and advanced music management capabilities through the Archos ARCLibrary and Musicmatch Jukebox Plus. The new ARCLibrary lets users delete, rename, copy and move files, and create folders directly on the GMINI Series, without using a PC.

Archos Gmini 220 available on for $349.99.
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Napster 2.0 MP3 Player

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