Archos Officially Announces AV700 7 Inch PVP

Posted: May 21 2005, 6:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:55pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Archos officially announces AV700 7 inch PVP
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Archos officially announces their new AV700 portable video player.

The Archos AV 700 is the only portable video player to enable direct video recording onto a 100 gigabyte hard drive, which makes up to 400 hours of video or 250 movies. No flight is that long.

The Archos AV 700 Mobile DVR lets you digitally record TV programs, movies directly from your TV, VCR, DVD player, cable box or satellite receiver using the new Archos TV Docking Pod.
The new Docking Pod attaches to the AV 700 and connects directly to your video source, allowing TV shows and movies to be recorded easily onto the device. The AV 700 encodes in and plays back MPEG-43 videos with MP3 stereo sound. The AV 700 also allows you to transfer home movies onto the device using the USB Host port connected to a camcorder. More AV 700 features below.

The Archos AV 700 will be available for purchase at retail and from the Archos site beginning in late June 2005. Pricing will be $599.95 for the 40GB version, and $799.95 for the 100GB version. Archos av700 features:

TV Recordings, Video, Photos, Music, Gaming and Storage in One

The new ARCHOS AV 700 Mobile DVR features the following capabilities:

Direct Recording from the TV, DVD Player, VCR or Cable Box: Record between 40 and 2501 full-length movies—up to 4001 hours of video—in MPEG-4 at DVD quality, with CD quality stereo sound. Schedule recordings in advance or to record while you’re away.

Enjoy Video On a 7” Wide Screen Display: ARCHOS introduces its first 7” wide screen display and integrated kick-stand for propping up the AV 700 and viewing content easily.

Store, Transfer and View Photos: Store and view up to one million1 JPEG photos and view several at a time or in slide show mode. Transfer photos from computers using USB 2.0 or from digital cameras4 directly using the USB Host connection.

Auto Synchronize with Windows Media Player 10: The AV 700 can synchronize automatically with Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 and is included in the popular Microsoft PlaysForSure program, enabling you to play purchased, downloaded and subscription content from such services as MSN Music, Musicmatch, Napster, Wal-Mart Music Store and CinemaNow.

Record and Listen to Music: The newly designed music player lets you record up to 300 hours of music, and holds up to 55,0001 songs, with playback in MP3, WAV, WMA or protected WMA formats.

Play Games with the Mophun Gaming Engine: The AV 700 features the popular Mophun™ games and the ability to purchase additional games from the ARCHOS Web site.5

Multiple Hard Drive Capacities: The AV 700 is available in 40- and 100-gigabyte models, allowing between 160 and 400 hours of video, 250 movies, 55,000 songs or one million photos.1

Transfer Data Files: The AV 700 has a USB Host port, enabling you to connect to any mass storage device, including digital cameras, card readers, USB keys and portable hard drives, and transfer files directly from device to device.

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