|QVGA touchscreen LCD
|AVI containing MPEG-4 Simple Profile Video and MP3 or ADPCM; JPEG, GIF, BMP
|MP3, WMA, Protected WMA, WAV
|Built in microphone, line-in, mic-in, composite video, S-Video
|(Into AVI, MPEG-4 SP + MP3) from external sources, like cable or satellite television tuners
|USB 2.0, 802.11b Wi-Fi, USB Host, IrDA, 3.5 mm jack for earphones / line-out, built-in speaker, composite video
|Battery: max. 9.5 hours
The Archos PMA400 is a personal digital assistant (PDA) from Archos, with a hard disk drive and audio and video playback and recording capabilities, so it also functions as a portable media player (PMP). The PMA400 was the most expensive within the line of products that they supplied.
Based on the Linux Qtopia Embedded operating system, the device is more like a personal digital assistant than a normal media player. The PMA400 features the following:
Though it remains Archos's only dedicated PDA, some of its features can be seen on the later 604WiFi including touchscreen and web browsing.
The original firmware had some major bugs that are now being gradually fixed in an open source firmware by the openPMA project. Added functionality from openPMA are: