Michael Watterson wrote:
> I'm very happy with my Archos 605 WiFi 160Gbyte.
> Works as USB drive on Linux and Windows.
> via add-on battery pack has USB host socket that reads SD cards via USB
> reader, hard drives and Camera Images from Camera and copies to it's own
> disk without PC.
I have an archos 404 (probably ancient now - it was end-of-line when I got
it) and, aside from not playing ogg, the bugbear I have with this device
is the proprietary USB cable needed to connect it. Has this situation
changed with the 605? What's the point of this anyway, apart from forcing
people to carry round a device-specific cable?
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