You know how you have to sit down with your mom for like the hundredth time to teach her how to check her cell phone messages or how bewildered your dad gets when you tell him that he has to download the latest version of java?
Sorry to say it, but your parents are techtarded (or technologically handicapped for the politically correct) and you will be one day too unless you keep watching Gadget Pr0n.
You don't want to end up like grandma, do you? No, you don't want to get so out of touch with technology that you start to believe that PDAs are powered by ghosts.
On today's Gadget Pr0n we'll review the Archos 605.
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Outstanding 800 x 480 video resolution
Smudge Resistant Touch Screen
Kickstand lets it rest on a surface rather than having to hold it in your hand
Wi-Fi grabs content from YouTube, Cinema Now and Burn Lounge
Drag and drop hard drive support
Reasonably priced- the 160 gig model costs $500, the 30 gig model costs $300 and the 4 gig is only $200
You don’t need to buy plug-ins, but you will want to
Adobe Flash enable opera browser costs $30
Unit detects when you play video and switches to full screen mode
High-Definition video playback, internet radio and some audio and video formats cost $20 a pop
The DVR station accessory is $99 and lets you display your internet content and even surf the internet on your TV
Helmet camcorder is high-res and has a microphone
DVR Travel Adapter lets you record video from any source