Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: New 30gb mp3 jukebox by polaroid.
Re: New 30gb mp3 jukebox by polaroid.
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Sat, 03 Jul 2004 01:56:16 +0100
CrowTRobo deserves much respect for years of input into the dev scene.
is an interesting read - pointing out that the source is not so open as DI
would like to imply >:(
At 22:53 02/07/04, you wrote:
>Seems sort of strange for this discussion to be on the rockbox list. But if
>you're looking at something like that, why not look at Digital Innovation's
>new version of Neuros (just out in the past few weeks)? I just bought one to
>replace my Archos JB Studio 10. For $280 you get 30 gb, 64 mb cache, plays
>ogg/mp3/wma/wav, records direct to wav or mp3 (unlimited time & via line in
>or mic), records from FM, even broadcasts FM! And their firmware is
>upgradable, open, and actively developed, sort of like Rockbox. I don't work
>for them or anything, but I spent the last 2-3 weeks researching my next
>On Friday 02 July 2004 12:45 pm, scott wrote:
> > > See it here. http://cardisinc.com/catalog/i23.html
> > does that mean copying a file or is it somehow writing through USB?
> > sounds strange, what else
> > would you use to upgrade the firmware? the recording looks totally
> > useless. only 64 or 128kbps?
> > the original archos recorder had more options and its how many years
> > old? batteries are LiIon so
> > that probably means they aren't replaceable, and to top it off they're
> > only 1400mAh (FMRs are
> > 2200).
> > i don't like the look of it. it's also $100 more expensive than an FMR
> > on the same site.
> > -scott
Received on 2004-07-03