The Jukebox Multimedia 120 combines a modular MP4 video player, MP3 music player/recorder and up to 40GB data storage in a compact (110 x 79 x 29 mm) handheld unit. For the first time there's also a JBM Digital Video Recorder add-on option that enables direct recording to the Jukebox Multimedia device from the television, without the need of a computer to interface the digital video file.

Capable of uploading, storing and playing up to 80 hours of video on the on either the built-in colour LCD screen or through a TV or PC interface, the Jukebox Multimedia 120 also caters for more than 1000 hours voice recording and real-time recording of up to 660 hours of music in MP3 format. The device also doubles as a 1.3 megapixel digital camera or camcorder and has the ability to store thousands of images, making it useful as a portable digital photo album.

The previous model - the Jukebox Multimedia 20- was first handheld MP4 video player on the market according to ARCHOS. The new 100 series provides a boost to processing as well as the optional JBM DVR-Module that enables direct recording of video into MPEG4 with format with an MP3 sound track from any RF/TV feed.

Transfer of data is via a USB2.0 interface with FireWire options available.

Awarded "Best in Show" at the 2003 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, further info on the ARCHOS Multimedia 120 can be found at