Archos 70 eReader
Archos 70 eReader is a 7" TFT color screen, book-size format with 10 hours of battery life. There is also a 70b eReader with a touch screen with only a prev and next buttons on the sides.
With adjustable font sizes the ARCHOS 70 eReader is great for book lovers. You can manage your library, set bookmarks, and rotate the screen in portrait or landscape mode to read in comfort, whatever your style.
Because getting the best content is what’s important, we made it easy with Adobe DRM support so that you can download and read all compatible formats for free and paid-for eBooks. And the ARCHOS 70 eReader isn’t just for eBooks. The integrated video, music and photo player functions let you enjoy your entertainment your way. Easy to use, its SDHC slot lets you store your whole text, music and video library.
More than just an eBook reader, the ARCHOS 70 eReader’s integrated video player lets you play all your videos on the go.The large 7” screen is the perfect size for portable video, not to mention brighter and sharper than most smartphones.
- Internal Storage: 4GB internal memory + SD slot to extend memory (up to 32 GB* cards)
- Screen: 7” Color TFT - 800 x 480 pixels
- Text Formats TXT, PDF, EPUB, PDB, FB2, HTML, RTF, MOBI
- DRM: Adobe DRM PDF and EPUB compatible
- Music Playback: MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV
- Photo Playback: JPEG, BMP
- Video Playback: MPEG-4 AVI, FLV, MPG, RM, RMVB, FLV, MP4, DAT, VOB, MKV, MOV (up to HD 720p)
- Recorder: Records voice from the built-in microphone
- Speakers: Built-in Speaker
- Other Applications: Bookmarks Manager, Adjustable sound equalizer, calendar
- Battery: Li-ion polymer battery (2400MAh)
- Reading: 10 hours
- Video: 6 hours
- Music: 18 hours
- Dimensions: 0.81” x 5.36 ” x 0.54 ” - 207 mm x 136 mm x 13 mm
- Weight: 11.6 oz - 330 grams
- Compatibility: Windows® or Mac® and Linux in mass storage support
- Computer Interface: USB 2.0 High Speed
- Package includes: ARCHOS 70 eReader Player, AC/DC Power Charger, USB Cable Mini B / A (for charging and file transfer), earphones, user guide