Or so that's what the manufacturers apparently think.
AFAIK, Apple and Archos are it in these times. Flash-mem based devices are the standard nowadays, and that's unlikely to change or at least revert back to platter-based storage unless the 1" HD makers suddenly make their product dirt cheap. I'd expect that 128GB NAND-based devices will be showing up at SOME point (perhaps this fall), given that we've already seen the 64GB Touch and now Zune HD.
For the second time in 2 years my ipod decided to die, and since I dug into Apple, found that their warranty isn't even a full year. It's 245 days.
I'm looking for a high capacity (100 gig or more) mp3/video player that supports FLAC files. So far I've found nothing but the Archos 5 Internet Tablet which doesn't seem to be getting very good reviews. Anyone know of anything else/anything coming out in the near future (I'm dying without a portable source of music).
Thanks a lot (=