Perfect for on-the-go video, the Archos 404 camcorder features a sleek and compact design with an ample 3.5-inch, 16 million color screen.
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The bottom of the Archos 404 camcorder has two proprietary USB ports: one for syncing and charging and the other for attaching optional recording accessories.
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Archos includes a basic but useful case for protecting your PVP.
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The 404 camcorder may not fit in a tight pants pocket, but it's the perfect size for a jacket or purse pocket.
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The right side of the player is lined with several multipurpose buttons. Figuring out what some of them do in various menus may take some time.
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The Archos 404 camcorder has a bright and beautiful screen that you can customize with a variety of background themes or your own photos.
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The 404 camcorder is nice and slender. The left side of the device is where you'll find the power key, the headphone jack, and a button for switching between LCD and TV modes.
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This slick convergence device places music, video, and photos right in the palm of your hand.
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You can use the included cradle to prop the 404 camcorder up while charging and syncing. It's also quite useful for video viewing, because the player doesn't have a built-in kickstand.
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A tiny camera lens on the back of the device lets you take still shots and record video.
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