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Old December 4th, 2010, 10:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I get it, the 70 and 101 (and the lack of supply of them) is getting all of the attention right now, but I really like the idea of the 5 IT. My main thought is that almost all of market place is compatable with the smaller screen as opposed to all the issues i've been reading about with the larger tabs. Besides that it seems, for my use, the perfect marriage of portability and usability.

My question is, what are the possibilities of there being a Archos 5 IT capacitive. Or alternatively, how dissapointed will I be with the resistive screen on the 5. When it's running about the same price (when you can find them) as it's big brothers, why did they skimp on the screen.

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It's older. Simple as that.

Whole also resistive, the new 43 looks like it has pretty good screen responsiveness. The specs are nice also.
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