iRiver S10


spyral

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Shelving the idea of picking up the new Nano for this.



- Almost as small as the new shuffle
- Screen and FM Tuner included
- Drag and drop capable - No more iTunes or other crappy software

 

TechHead

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^Good idea.Read the review on CNet Asia?
They really liked it, except for the ~8 hour battery life.

iRiver >>>> Apple..

(not causing a flamefest.. personal opinion.. take it or leave it..)
 

spyral

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For me, 8 hour battery life is more than enough. The biggest plus is the drag and drop capability. I hate going through iTunes or SonicStage or any other bundled software.

My first mp3 player was an iRiver which I used alot till the buttons started to fail after a couple of years. Then I borrowed a Sony from my friend for almost a year before buying a Nano which is I use now. Wanted to switch back to iRiver for a while but nothing seemed particularly impressive until this.

When it was first announced, they pegged it against the new Shuffle but now it looks like they'll put it up against the Nano so I'm guessing the price will be higher than I hoped =/
 

TechHead

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^Well, I'm lucky to have an h140 and E6 then. Love them both.
 

sultanofswing

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nobody seems to be saying anything abt the iRiver Clix..... seemed pretty cool to me....