With a design dominated by a large touch screen, protection is of the utmost importance. Archos includes a basic case for covering up your 704 WiFi. Read full review
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A proprietary USB connection handles syncing and charging, and a standard mini USB port can handle images from a digital camera. Read full review
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The 704 WiFi has few tactile buttons. Navigation and playback are controlled via the touch screen. Read full review
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Nothing like a 7-inch screen for those cross-continental flights and road trips. Keeps the kiddies quiet, at the very least. Read full review
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The Archos 704 WiFi is a beast. I can scarcely support it with one hand, let alone cram it in a pocket. Read full review
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A giant, 7-inch screen dominates the front of this massive PVP from Archos. Read full review
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The 704 WiFi comes with a basic-but-handy cradle, a useful wireless remote, and an extra stylus. Read full review
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You'll need a tote, a briefcase, or a messenger bag for this puppy. Read full review
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Still, despite its massive size, the 704 WiFi is impressively slender. The left side houses power and LCD/TV buttons along with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Read full review
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