I am suggesting he should invite a friend and do comparative tests where one is using the Archos 605 WiFi and the other is using the iPod Touch to do the same things on the Internet, and then they should exchange devices, and do all that with a chronometer.ETM wrote:Isn't that, like, completely useless? Isn't it all about a SINGLE person's experience?
This way you can be sure to test which browser is better, which lets any user browse faster and better. Find answers and posts things faster on the Internet cause that what a browser is about.
And pixels DO matter. Not only about antialiasing text, but about being able to view the whole width of over 90% of the websites out there that require a minimum of 800 pixels wide, no matter how small or how big your screen is, you will need all those pixels or else text will simply be unreadable.
For example try browsing the Internet using composite output on an old analog TV, that's even higher resolution then the iPod Touch, that is an unusable internet browsing experience even though the pixels are large. The only way on an old analog composite or scart TV and on the iPod Touch resolution is to constantly zoom in on text, or as will the 604 WiFi, to have to scroll horizonthally, vertically and zoom around pages all the time.