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    $386.65 list($429.99)
    1. iRiver H340 40 GB Digital Music
    $89.00 list($129.99)
    2. iRiver iFP-190T 256 MB Digital
    Too low to display list($249.99)
    3. iRiver iFP 799T 1 GB Flash MP3
    $179.55 $169.99 list($199.99)
    4. iRiver iFP-795T 512 MB MP3 Player
    $288.99 list()
    5. iRiver iFP 799T 1 GB Flash MP3
    $237.49 list($249.99)
    6. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player
    $94.99 $79.88 list($99.99)
    7. IRIVER IFP-180T Portable Music
    $237.49 list($249.99)
    8. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player
    $560.00 list($599.99)
    9. iRiver PMP-140 Portable Media
    $467.00 $449.88 list($499.99)
    10. iRiver PMP-120 Portable Media
    $249.99 $229.88
    11. iRiver N10 512mb Flash Portable
    $237.49 list($249.99)
    12. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player
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    13. IRIVER IFP-790T Portable MP3 Player
    $237.49 $212.24 list($249.99)
    14. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player
    $499.99 list($549.99)
    15. iRiver PMC 120 Portable Media
    $149.99 list($199.99)
    16. iRiver SlimX iMP-400 CD / MP3
    $240.99 $199.99 list()
    17. IRiver iFP 995 - digital player
    list($99.99)
    18. iRiver SVi 700 Water Sports Unit
    $179.99 $169.88
    19. iRiver N10 256mb Flash Portable
    $20.21 list($19.99)
    20. iRiver F-700 Sports Arm Band

    1. iRiver H340 40 GB Digital Music Player with Color Display
    list price: $429.99
    our price: $386.65
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00065W74Q
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 226
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    Features

    • Plays up to 1200 hours of digital music with 40GB of internal storage
    • Large, vivid color display, Ultra-fast USB 2.0 transfers
    • Supports secure transfers from Windows Media Player
    • Rechargeable battery lasts up to 16hrs
    • View JPEG or BMP images on color display

    2. iRiver iFP-190T 256 MB Digital Audio Player
    list price: $129.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008N6VM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 850
    Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 256 MB built-in memory
    • Supports playback of MP3, WMA, and ASF music files
    • Integrated digital FM tuner with presets and built-in voice recorder
    • Record to player directly from FM tuner
    • Comes with Sennheiser MX300 earphones, neck strap, AA battery, USB cable, and printed manual

    Reviews (99)

    5-0 out of 5 stars IF FM is important to you and you have $, go for it!!!!
    Pros: Amazing Sound, Good FM reception, Very lightweight and small, Good battery Life, superb sound quality, loaded with features, convenient joystick controller, great value

    Cons: No armband, ear buds not comfortable, feels rather cheap, Included software is very no-frills: no drag & drop, or re-sampling, complicated menu, flimsy chrome colored plastic, lack of beltclip, maybe a larger hard drive but 256 is good enough for me.

    Summary: I tested a few MP3 players and this one is the best for its size. I personally use these for when I work out and jog. This one is very small and works and sounds great. I was going to get the ipod but then I decided I rather have something smaller and less bulky. The ipod is about 4-5 times larger than this unit and heavier. Plus the ipod is very scratchable due to its shineyness. This one is more durable. Plus it comes with a neck piece so you can put it on your neck.

    The ipod can hold a ton more mp3s but personally I cant even fill this one up with songs I like. And average song is 5 megs and this unit holds 256 meg. Thats an average of 51 songs (at best quality in MP3)which is 5 hours of songs that you like. To me im not going to listen to this for more than 5 hours so this is perfect. Plus it has a Radio bult in.

    I was a little skeptical when I bought this product because I never herd of the company but I recommend it to anyone who wants to use this for workign out or anyone who wants somethign very lite and to listen to there mps. I suggest this unit over any other. This unit also plays WMA files which supposivly compresses better than mp3's (supposivly half the size) So you can actually fit 100+ songs on this if you compress with WMA. But personally I keep everythign mp3 so far because I havent filled this unit up yet with songs I like.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Packs a punch without draining your wallet
    I have been pleasantly surprised by this MP3 player. Overall, the price is great for the quality and durability. The buttons are easy to use, the music and options are easy to manage, and the software that accompanies the player is simple (although not flashy). Loading songs onto the player is very painless, and it takes only a few minutes to load an entire CD. You will be listening to music within 30 minutes of pulling it out of the package.

    The main problems with this MP3 player stem from two words: up to. The packaging suggests that a single AA battery will last "up to" 24 hours! In my experience, the lasting power of a brand-new Duracell is closer to 10 or 12 hours. That easily beats the playing time you get out of batteries in a traditional portable CD player, but it's not quite what I expected.

    The manufacturer also claims that the player will hold "up to" 8 hours of music. My player is currently full with only about 4 hours worth of MP3s. That's a decent amount of music, but not as much as I had hoped.
    Another consideration is that this player's memory cannot be expanded. You're fixed at 256 MB. Other brands have expandable memory. They are generally more expensive, but may be worth the price if you plan on adding additional capacity in the future.

    On the upside, the player includes an FM tuner, and a microphone so you can make voice recordings, which can be uploaded onto your PC.

    If you're looking for a solid MP3 player for a good price with a good amount of memory, this fits the bill. Definitely a great buy for anyone looking to make their music collection portable.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good while it lasted
    Much and enough has been said about this unit. Was very happy with it for the 18 months I used it. Suddenly, without warning, (as with others) the on/off button ceased to function. Iriver responds with, "oh well, out of warranty and we do no repairs." Do their newer products still have this issue? Who knows, so I am moving on to iAUDIO CW300.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
    I got this tiny player a while ago and it is the best mp3 player i have ever owned. I previously had two RCAs which both broke within a week and they were far more expensive than this little wonder. I can't even put into words how perfect this player is. The sound quality is amazing! my ONLY complaint are the headphones. They are very uncomfortable and they don't have that great sound. But after having this player for a while i will not buy another player that doesn't have the iRiver name on it. Get one!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Too delicate
    I bought this model in June 2003 for about $200. Loved it. 5 days after the warranty expired [June 2004] the entire bottom [where the battery is inserted] fell off pulling the red power wire out of the circuit. The little plastic tabs that hold the 2 screws for the cover sheered right off. Very flimsy. iRiver customer service had no suggestions for repair. I guess it's safe to assume they're built to last about a year. ... Read more


    3. iRiver iFP 799T 1 GB Flash MP3 Player
    list price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00024VTKE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 156
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 1 GB of internal memory for up to 34 hours of MP3, WMA, and OGG music files
    • Extended battery life up to 40 hours on one AA
    • Built-in FM tuner and voice recorder
    • Record music from any audio source (no PC required)
    • USB 2.0 for fast transfers

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Big price, but big sound and storage
    I wrote extensively about the 790 version of this iRiver model, so see that review for a comprehensive look at these beauties.
    Because I liked the latest iRiver model so much, I returned the 790 and got the 799 1-gigabyte version instead.

    I paid $190, tax included, for 256 MB at Best Buy. I figured, why not double the price at Amazon ($360) for four times as much space for my music.

    It is a minor fortune, to be sure, but I want to be able to keep 20-30 albums on my player at any one time so I don't have to change my music very often. I find that a small inconvenience, especially since there is no simple drag-and-drop function.
    I also figure that fewer music transfers will limit potential wear and tear on the USB connector and thus extend the life of the piece of plastic that covers the USB port.

    My suspicion is that the cover would be the first thing to go, an event that would surely shorten the practical life of the player. Can't have that happen with such an expensive piece of equipment.
    A few other things. The primary difference between the 799 and 790 is build quality. The 799 is somewhat sleeker and the casing seems a bit sturdier. The buttons are smaller and stick out less, especially the joystick.

    The joystick is maybe not quite as easy to use, but it has better tactile feel and seems less likely to wear down from constant use. It's a very good improvement.

    The USB port now has a sliding plastic door - much different than the rubberish flap on the 790.

    The 799 is a better color, too. LA Raiders black and gray. I wasn't crazy about the red color of the 790.

    One seemingly small flaw. The inline jack and headphone jack are on the same end of the player - unlike with the 790 -- so it's not as easy to plug in the headphones in the dark.

    Otherwise, I repeat. This is a fabulous player, the best sounding portable on the market. Most of my CDs ripped as WMA files encoded at 64 kbps sound terrific. (Classical music might require VBR recording).

    I use the free Real Audio (best music lookup success of the dozen programs I tried) and paid MusicMatch. Yet only Microsoft's Windows Media had VBR for WMA files, but the media player kept crashing on me.

    Just make sure you have great headphones to match if you are going to use 64 kbps files. ... Read more


    4. iRiver iFP-795T 512 MB MP3 Player
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $179.55
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00024VTAE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 180
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 512 MB of internal memory for up to 17 hours of MP3, WMA, and OGG music files
    • Extended battery life up to 40 hours on one AA
    • Built-in FM tuner and voice recorder
    • Record music from any audio source (no PC required)
    • USB 2.0 for fast transfers

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely fabulous
    The sound quality is the best I've ever heard from any piece of audio equipment. That's saying alot since the unit weighs less than the AA battery that powers it. With half a gig of space, this thing stores about 16 hours of CD quality music or 32 hours of radio quality music, in something roughly the size of a lighter. Being flash memory based, it won't skip like a CD player or Ipod. It needs better earphones though and the armstrap, although of high quality, only fits women (I can't even get it over my forearm, let alone my bicep *flex* One thing not mentioned anywhere is the microphone is extremely good. The unit will record about 33 hours of high quality sound, making it perfect for students who like to record lectures (the unit has a mode specifically designed for this). Again, this is amazing, considering the size and cost of the unit.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best flash player ever bought...
    I was willing to pay extra for extra features w/ this player and those extras are worthwhile. What the descriptions and iriver site doesn't tell you that this player has a clock and timer.

    Joystick does not look like the picture on Amazon or iRiver's US site. It looks like the iRiver North European site: irivernordic.com You can also get a USB Mass Storage (UMS) firmware from that site but I haven't tried it yet.

    Alarm function just plays the last played MP3. The timed radio recordings work great but I don't know how to stop it, yet. Look at the manual from iriver's website and see the features for your self as I'm limited to 1,000 words on this review. Sound quality is great and volume even greater. Can go up to 40 but plays loud enough at 20 setting. EQ settings and 3D settings sound really nice, even on the included headphones. The headphones don't have too much bass so I used different ones. Can also adjust battery display setting for alkaline or rechargeable. I hated how previous players displayed inaccurate battery life because they base it on alkaline batteries.

    Line-in and radio recordings sound great because I am able to record up to 320bps compared to others like the Samsung that can only go up to 128bps. Recordings are in *.rec format that the included windows utility can convert. The windows utility shouldn't be taken lightly. You can enter,label,& save all your radio station presets from it to save time. The radio reception is alright but what do you expect from such a small device? PLL? I use my home stereo which gets great reception from a Cable TV adapter and use the line-in recording.

    The supplied armband is very well made and looks nice. People w/ humangus muscles or just fat arms can't get it around their arms though.

    The only cons I see are:
    If hold is not in place it is easy to accidently delete radio station presets and other settings. Once you set it don't forget to lock it as there are many options to change.

    Can't copy songs from player to computer w/ the included software since there is no official US UMS support. Their version of DRM? ... Read more


    5. iRiver iFP 799T 1 GB Flash MP3 Player

    our price: $288.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006TIA8O
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Iriver
    Sales Rank: 5722
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    Features

    • 1 GB of internal memory for up to 34 hours of MP3, WMA, and OGG music files
    • Extended battery life up to 40 hours on one AA
    • Built-in FM tuner and voice recorder
    • Record music from any audio source (no PC required)
    • USB 2.0 for fast transfers

    6. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player Triple Platinum
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $237.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007LC49C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 5568
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    iRiver (H10SILVER) H10- 5GB MP3 Silver ... Read more

    Features

    • Swappable rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 12 hours of battery life
    • Compact, lightweight 5 GB hard drive multimedia player in Platinum finish--weighs only 3.4 ounces
    • Compatible with MP3 and WMA; also Secure WMA from online services
    • View JPEG photos and album cover art via 1.5-inch LCD
    • Built-in voice recording and FM tuner with FM recording capability

    Reviews (50)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Awful Features for Music Purists!
    I uploaded my songs that I ripped from cd's into this player.I must hear the songs in the order they were intended and I must not hear pops, clicks, or lag in between songs, especially on albums that run through seamlessly (ie: The Wall, The Downward Spiral).

    Once in the iRiver, they go into some insane order I cannot even describe, and there is about 3-5 seconds of lag in between songs.Unacceptable to me.

    I bought this so I could do the whole "rent the song" thing on Yahoo Music (ie: Napster, Raphsody) but after dealing with this and hearing bad things about my friends Creative Labs model, I decided I would go with the iPod 30gig photo.

    I am 100% satisfied with it.It is perfect, and the iTunes software is perfect as well.Get an iPod unless you are really into the idea of renting your music.We'll see if iPod crumbles under the competition (with the state of the players, i doubt it).

    4-0 out of 5 stars More Features For Less Money
    *NOTE* I don't own this player but I did test it extensively while shopping for an MP3 player.

    I like the placement of everything first of all.The movement ribbon, forward, and backward buttons are right on the front.Play, pause, next, and previous are on the side.The menu system is very simple and you should know right away where everything is.Aside from displaying album art while playing, which it doesn't do, I can't understand why someone would use this thing as a portable photo album.It's main function is an MP3 player, so you can consider that a bonus feature.Don't complain about it.The text viewing, again, is an added feature so I can't complain there.The FM radio is a nice touch, but with 5 GB of MP3s I don't see myself using it.The file browser doesn't seem very useful to me.It's much easier accessing media through the proper menus.For the most part the music menu and sub-menus peformed much like an iPod.I like the touch ribbon a bit more than the circular one on the iPod.Up and down comes much more naturally than clockwise and counter-clockwise.The only gripes I had were the scrolling speed, which doesn't seem very fast if you're looking through a long list, and the track skipping.If you press the next or previous buttons it takes about 3 seconds to switch tracks.If you're looking for a particular song you're better off scrolling through a list rather than pressing next a bunch of times.You can still press the next button 6 times in a row and be 6 tracks ahead, it just takes a bit for the current track to be updated.I didn't try this out but I know for a fact that this player can be used as a portable hard drive.You can copy files to and from the player via a file manager.Personally, I prefer a more direct handling of files and not using an intermediate program.

    Based on my testing of this model I plan to purchase the larger version when it becomes available.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not an iPod... but thats not a bad thing
    Yeah fine everybody's got their complaints, but I actually returned an iPod Mini and bought this instead.I will admit that it is not quite as "friendly" as the iPod but it is very powerful.Caveat Emptor: if you have done any research you probably figured it out by now we consumers are caught between Microsoft and Apple in the media player wars... Apple AAC vs. Microsoft WMA.At the moment Apple has no pay as you go service like Napster or the Yahoo service, so that might infulence your decision like it did mine.

    I paid about $207.00 on clearance in May 2005 (probably because the 6GB players coming out soon).Right on par w/ the ipod mini 4GB and $43 less the the 6GB.For that you get a color screen that can show photos (albeit tiny ones) and an Fm radio built in.If you hold down the play button while listening to the radio this thing will start to record live radio in MP3 format (pretty nifty).All in a package about 0.1 inch larger on all sides then the iPod Mini.
    Okay my gripes
    1) few accessories... I can't find an armband for this thing.iriver.com does sell some pretty cool stuff like an extra battery, a cradle that will charge the player and a battery at the same time, and a wired remote to handle some simpler functions, but if you want all that it will cost you about $100.
    2) The documentation doesn't explain how to delete songs from the player and I had trouble doing this through Media Player 10. I figured out the device shows up as a removable drive under "my computer" in the XP start window.This is also the easiest way to put .txt and .jpg files on the H10.
    3) playlists most be made through Media Player so there is no "on the fly" programming of your song order
    4)The supid charger for this thing is in 2 parts so if you want to take it on vacation you have to disconnect the charger and USB cable from your computer, a pretty sloppy thing to overlook.On the other hand iriver will be happy to sell you a travel charger as soon as they get them in stock (insert eye roll here).
    Despite all that if your looking for a hard drive mp3 player i would give it a try.I'm pretty happy with it and you could probably do worse.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Almost good, but not enough...
    Yeah I think Iriver will be ready with the next release, in the meantime I returned mine...

    Good things:
    - installation and setup with WMP was a snap, really easy, upgradedfirmware easily, everything worked as it should
    - good design, pretty machine, impressive screen, convenient skin
    - radio works really good, easy setup of preset stations, much better sound than Zen Micro
    - like the controls that you can use from you pocket without looking at the player

    Bad things:
    - How could they come up with such poor design for the cables? You have to connect USB with power, not separately, A/C adapter is HUGE. Forget about it if you're on the road...
    - Menu navigation design is poor, very poor. Can't switch quickly between MP3s and radio, have to navigate through 5 screens, so much for skipping commercials...
    - no bookmark feature like Creative labs, and worse, fast forward and rewind feature skip only 3 seconds at a time max, terrible!! That means that you can't possibly listen to Podcasts because if you lose your position listening to a 30 minutes MP3 file, you can't go back, big flaw... Would be so simple to provide...
    - I do not understand why it doesn't come with a feature to autoatically resize pictures to the creen size... You don't want to transfer a 4 mega pixels picture to be able to watch only 120 pixels or so...
    - no option to sort songs

    Bottom line: I'll wait until they iron out these details, which are too annoying right now, to justify spending that much money...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Had issues, maybe a lemon?
    Well, I did lots of research prior to putting down the $240 dollars for this product and thought I was making a good choice.And I still think I did.Unfortunately, though, I don't think iriver has quite got all the bugs worked out of this stylish little player.The features are great, the sound quality is wonderful, and the compact size fit perfectly into my pocket.But like that of a few others that I have talked to/read about, my player froze constantly, got terrible battery life (about 1 hour), had trouble powering off, and wouldn't properly accept music from Windows Media Player (although this may have been a problem on the computer's side, I don't really know).After two days I returned it to Amazon.com.Personally I don't think that the h10 is a bad player and will probably buy one again in a few months when iriver has a little more time to work out the bugs that are inevitable in new technology.Although expensive, this pretty little player is worth it, as long as you get a well working one (like most everyone else does.) ... Read more


    7. IRIVER IFP-180T Portable Music Player
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $94.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00017IX0Q
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 2346
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Light as a feather and small enough to fit on your key chain, the 128 MB iRiver iFP-180T flash memory digital audio player offers multi-format capability, a built-in FM tuner, and the ability to make voice and FM recordings while on the go. It features a sleek, silver/gray triangular design that's just a little over 3 inches tall and weighs only 1.1 ounces. The player has a 4-line, backlit LCD and a joystick for navigating through songs or control volume, forward, and reverse. It runs on a single AA battery (which provides up to 20 hours of power).

    It's compatible with MP3, WMA, and ASF audio formats, and you'll get about 4 hours of digital music storage (depending on the bit rate that the digital files were created). In addition to digital audio, you can listen to your favorite radio broadcasts. With the Record from FM feature, you can record live radio and then transfer it to your PC. It also has a built-in microphone and con function as a digital voice recorder. Additionally, you can use the 128 MB memory for data storage, handy for transferring files from PC to PC. It connects to Macs and PCs via USB 1.1.

    What's in the Box
    iFP-180T Music Player, Sennheiser MX300 earphones, neck strap, AA battery, USB cable, printed instruction manual, and CD-ROM. It is backed by a 1-year warranty. ... Read more

    Features

    • Integrated digital FM tuner with presets
    • Exclusive Record from FM feature lets you store and play back special radio programming
    • Supports MP3, WMA and ASF music files
    • Up to 20 hours playback on a single AA battery
    • Built-in Voice Recorder

    8. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player Trace Red
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $237.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007LC4DS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 8983
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    iRiver (H10RED) H10- 5GB MP3 Red ... Read more

    Features

    • Swappable rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 12 hours of battery life
    • Compact, lightweight 5 GB hard drive multimedia player in Trace Red finish -- weighs only 3.4 ounces
    • Compatible with MP3 and WMA; also Secure WMA from online services
    • View JPEG photos and album cover art via 1.5-inch LCD
    • Built-in voice recording and FM tuner with FM recording capability

    Reviews (50)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Awful Features for Music Purists!
    I uploaded my songs that I ripped from cd's into this player.I must hear the songs in the order they were intended and I must not hear pops, clicks, or lag in between songs, especially on albums that run through seamlessly (ie: The Wall, The Downward Spiral).

    Once in the iRiver, they go into some insane order I cannot even describe, and there is about 3-5 seconds of lag in between songs.Unacceptable to me.

    I bought this so I could do the whole "rent the song" thing on Yahoo Music (ie: Napster, Raphsody) but after dealing with this and hearing bad things about my friends Creative Labs model, I decided I would go with the iPod 30gig photo.

    I am 100% satisfied with it.It is perfect, and the iTunes software is perfect as well.Get an iPod unless you are really into the idea of renting your music.We'll see if iPod crumbles under the competition (with the state of the players, i doubt it).

    4-0 out of 5 stars More Features For Less Money
    *NOTE* I don't own this player but I did test it extensively while shopping for an MP3 player.

    I like the placement of everything first of all.The movement ribbon, forward, and backward buttons are right on the front.Play, pause, next, and previous are on the side.The menu system is very simple and you should know right away where everything is.Aside from displaying album art while playing, which it doesn't do, I can't understand why someone would use this thing as a portable photo album.It's main function is an MP3 player, so you can consider that a bonus feature.Don't complain about it.The text viewing, again, is an added feature so I can't complain there.The FM radio is a nice touch, but with 5 GB of MP3s I don't see myself using it.The file browser doesn't seem very useful to me.It's much easier accessing media through the proper menus.For the most part the music menu and sub-menus peformed much like an iPod.I like the touch ribbon a bit more than the circular one on the iPod.Up and down comes much more naturally than clockwise and counter-clockwise.The only gripes I had were the scrolling speed, which doesn't seem very fast if you're looking through a long list, and the track skipping.If you press the next or previous buttons it takes about 3 seconds to switch tracks.If you're looking for a particular song you're better off scrolling through a list rather than pressing next a bunch of times.You can still press the next button 6 times in a row and be 6 tracks ahead, it just takes a bit for the current track to be updated.I didn't try this out but I know for a fact that this player can be used as a portable hard drive.You can copy files to and from the player via a file manager.Personally, I prefer a more direct handling of files and not using an intermediate program.

    Based on my testing of this model I plan to purchase the larger version when it becomes available.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not an iPod... but thats not a bad thing
    Yeah fine everybody's got their complaints, but I actually returned an iPod Mini and bought this instead.I will admit that it is not quite as "friendly" as the iPod but it is very powerful.Caveat Emptor: if you have done any research you probably figured it out by now we consumers are caught between Microsoft and Apple in the media player wars... Apple AAC vs. Microsoft WMA.At the moment Apple has no pay as you go service like Napster or the Yahoo service, so that might infulence your decision like it did mine.

    I paid about $207.00 on clearance in May 2005 (probably because the 6GB players coming out soon).Right on par w/ the ipod mini 4GB and $43 less the the 6GB.For that you get a color screen that can show photos (albeit tiny ones) and an Fm radio built in.If you hold down the play button while listening to the radio this thing will start to record live radio in MP3 format (pretty nifty).All in a package about 0.1 inch larger on all sides then the iPod Mini.
    Okay my gripes
    1) few accessories... I can't find an armband for this thing.iriver.com does sell some pretty cool stuff like an extra battery, a cradle that will charge the player and a battery at the same time, and a wired remote to handle some simpler functions, but if you want all that it will cost you about $100.
    2) The documentation doesn't explain how to delete songs from the player and I had trouble doing this through Media Player 10. I figured out the device shows up as a removable drive under "my computer" in the XP start window.This is also the easiest way to put .txt and .jpg files on the H10.
    3) playlists most be made through Media Player so there is no "on the fly" programming of your song order
    4)The supid charger for this thing is in 2 parts so if you want to take it on vacation you have to disconnect the charger and USB cable from your computer, a pretty sloppy thing to overlook.On the other hand iriver will be happy to sell you a travel charger as soon as they get them in stock (insert eye roll here).
    Despite all that if your looking for a hard drive mp3 player i would give it a try.I'm pretty happy with it and you could probably do worse.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Almost good, but not enough...
    Yeah I think Iriver will be ready with the next release, in the meantime I returned mine...

    Good things:
    - installation and setup with WMP was a snap, really easy, upgradedfirmware easily, everything worked as it should
    - good design, pretty machine, impressive screen, convenient skin
    - radio works really good, easy setup of preset stations, much better sound than Zen Micro
    - like the controls that you can use from you pocket without looking at the player

    Bad things:
    - How could they come up with such poor design for the cables? You have to connect USB with power, not separately, A/C adapter is HUGE. Forget about it if you're on the road...
    - Menu navigation design is poor, very poor. Can't switch quickly between MP3s and radio, have to navigate through 5 screens, so much for skipping commercials...
    - no bookmark feature like Creative labs, and worse, fast forward and rewind feature skip only 3 seconds at a time max, terrible!! That means that you can't possibly listen to Podcasts because if you lose your position listening to a 30 minutes MP3 file, you can't go back, big flaw... Would be so simple to provide...
    - I do not understand why it doesn't come with a feature to autoatically resize pictures to the creen size... You don't want to transfer a 4 mega pixels picture to be able to watch only 120 pixels or so...
    - no option to sort songs

    Bottom line: I'll wait until they iron out these details, which are too annoying right now, to justify spending that much money...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Had issues, maybe a lemon?
    Well, I did lots of research prior to putting down the $240 dollars for this product and thought I was making a good choice.And I still think I did.Unfortunately, though, I don't think iriver has quite got all the bugs worked out of this stylish little player.The features are great, the sound quality is wonderful, and the compact size fit perfectly into my pocket.But like that of a few others that I have talked to/read about, my player froze constantly, got terrible battery life (about 1 hour), had trouble powering off, and wouldn't properly accept music from Windows Media Player (although this may have been a problem on the computer's side, I don't really know).After two days I returned it to Amazon.com.Personally I don't think that the h10 is a bad player and will probably buy one again in a few months when iriver has a little more time to work out the bugs that are inevitable in new technology.Although expensive, this pretty little player is worth it, as long as you get a well working one (like most everyone else does.) ... Read more


    9. iRiver PMP-140 Portable Media Player (40 GB)
    list price: $599.99
    our price: $560.00
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    Asin: B0002KWSS0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 1789
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Take your audio and video media files with you wherever you go using iRiver's PMP-140 portable media player, the tiny player with fathomless storage abilities. The media player holds an incredible 40 GB of storage for not just music, but digital photos and full-color, full-motion video, too. The unit sports a 3.5-inch TFT LCD and an audio input so you can load audio content directly into the player from other home or portable devices--no PC required. It will double as a voice recorder, too, generating compressed-audio files from its onboard condenser microphone input.

    The unit is PC-compatible, of course: connect it via high-speed USB 2.0 to transfer your media files to the PMP-140 in a jiffy. You can store up to 160 hours of video (using 320 x 240 resolution at 500 kbps, AVI format) or up to 1,200 hours of music (using Windows Media format at 64 kbps). The PMP-140's format compatibilities extend from MP3 to WMA (Windows Media Audio, with full Microsoft Digital Rights Management compatibility) to WMV and DivX (AVI) video and BMP/JPEG image files. Using a USB camera? Use the PMP-140 for on-the-go viewing with a direct USB connection.

    The media player offers a built-in FM radio tuner and speaker, making it perfect for sporting events and headphones-free listening (iRiver earphones are included). You can connect it to your home stereo and/or television for additional listening or viewing flexibility. The media player's user-replaceable rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 5 hours of audio/video playback and 16 hours of audio-only use per charge.

    What's in the Box
    Portable media player, iRiver earphones, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, a carrying case, USB 2.0 device cable, USB 1.1 host cable, line-in cable, TV out cable, a user's manual, an installation CD, and an AC power adapter. ... Read more

    Features

    • Plays digital music and video files, including WMV, MP3, WMA, DivX (AVI), BMP, and JPEG
    • 40 GB storage total storage capacity--up to 160 hours of video, 1,200 hours of music
    • 3.5-inch color TFT LCD
    • USB 2.0 support, audio inputs and audio/video outputs, built-in FM tuner and voice recorder
    • Includes rechargeable lithium-ion battery; up to 16 hours (audio only) and up to 5 hours (audio/video)

    10. iRiver PMP-120 Portable Media Player (20 GB)
    list price: $499.99
    our price: $467.00
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    Asin: B0002G81J4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 3326
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Turning the tables on the notion of a portable music player, iRiver's PMP-120 portable media player goes 2 steps further, giving you an incredible 20 GB of storage for not just music, but digital photos and full-color, full-motion video, too. The unit sports a 3.5-inch TFT LCD and an audio input so you can load audio content directly into the player from other home or portable devices--no PC required. It will double as a voice recorder, too, generating compressed-audio files from its onboard condenser microphone input.

    The unit is PC-compatible, of course: connect it via high-speed USB 2.0 to transfer your media files to the PMP-120 in a jiffy. You can store up to 80 hours of video (using 320 x 240 resolution at 500 kbps, AVI format) or up to 600 hours of music (using Windows Media format at 64 kbps). The PMP-120's format compatibilities extend from MP3 to WMA (Windows Media Audio, with full Microsoft Digital Rights Management compatibility) to WMV and AVI (DivX) video and BMP/JPEG image files. Using a USB camera? Use the PMP-120 for on-the-go viewing with a direct USB connection.

    The media player offers a built-in FM radio tuner and speaker, making it perfect for sporting events and headphones-free listening (iRiver earphones are included). You can connect it to your home stereo and/or television for additional listening or viewing flexibility. The media player's user-replaceable rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 5 hours of audio/video playback and 16 hours of audio-only use per charge.

    What's in the Box
    Portable media player, iRiver earphones, remote control, remote battery, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, a carrying case, USB 2.0 Cable, USB host cable, line-in cable, TV out cable, a user's manual, a hand strap, an installation CD, and an AC power adapter. ... Read more

    Features

    • Plays digital music and video files, including WMV, MP3, WMA, DivX (AVI), BMP, and JPEG
    • 20 GB storage total storage capacity--up to 80 hours of video, 600 hours of music
    • 3.5-inch color TFT LCD
    • USB 2.0 support, audio inputs and audio/video outputs, built-in FM tuner and voice recorder
    • Includes rechargeable lithium-ion battery; up to 16 hours (audio only) and up to 5 hours (audio/video)

    11. iRiver N10 512mb Flash Portable MP3 player
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $249.99
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    Asin: B0006B3R3U
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 8382
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sleekly modern, the wearable iRiver N10 is both a trendy, ornamental neckchain and a multiformat digital audio player. It weighs just 1 ounce with its battery and comes with a neck strap with integrated earphones. This 512 MB N10 plays both MP3 and WMA digital audio files and its built-in microphone produces up to 36 hours of high-quality digital voice recordings. The 512 MB internal flash memory will store up to 16 hours of WMA files at 64 kbps or up to 8 hours of MP3 music at 128 kbps. It also includes a clock function that keeps track of time and can wake you up to the music of choice even when powered off.

    The N10 can be recharged automatically through the USB connector cable, and its internal lithium polymer battery eliminates the need for a separate battery. A mere hour and a half of recharging from a completely drained state can provide you with up to 11 hours of playback time. The N10's eye-catching, 16-gray Organic EL display has a special coating that generates stunning luminosity and sharp contrast yet consumes very little power. It also features a versatile screen saver.

    The N10 includes a SAD (Sound Activity Detector) function that records only when sound is detected, which saves memory space as well as power, giving you the highest efficiency in voice recording. The tangle-free necklace-type earphone not only provides the utmost in convenience but also a sense of style and grace; it's also compatible with any other earphones of your choosing.

    What's in the Box
    This package comes with the iRiver 512 MB N10 digital audio player, neck strap with integrated headphones, USB adapter, CD-ROM with installation software and drivers, and printed instruction manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • 128MB/256MB/512MB Capacity - Over 16 hours of music storage (512MB)
    • MP3 / WMA/ASF
    • Up to 12 hour Li-On Battery
    • USB Direct - no cable needed to load music
    • Integrated head phones and OEL display

    12. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player Remix Blue
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $237.49
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    Asin: B0007LC49M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 8657
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    Product Description

    iRiver (H10BLUE) H10- 5GB MP3 Blue ... Read more

    Features

    • Swappable rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 12 hours of battery life
    • Compact, lightweight 5 GB hard drive multimedia player in Remix Blue -- weighs only 3.4 ounces
    • Compatible with MP3 and WMA; also Secure WMA from online services
    • View JPEG photos and album cover art via 1.5-inch LCD
    • Built-in voice recording and FM tuner with FM recording capability

    13. IRIVER IFP-790T Portable MP3 Player

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    Asin: B000285A1O
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 675
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    Features

    • Includes -iFP-790T music player, iRiver earphones, Sport arm band and carrying case, Neck strap, Preloaded tracks from eMusic, USB 2.0 cable, Line-in cable, Installation CD (PC/Mac), 1 AA battery
    • Plays MP3, WMA & OGG music files
    • 256MB Internal Storage
    • Plays up to 8 hours of music
    • Transfers music up to 3X faster

    14. iRiver H10 5 GB Digital MP3 Player Charcoal
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $237.49
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    Asin: B0007L29LK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 13654
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    Product Description

    iRiver (H10GRAY) H10- 5GB MP3 Gray ... Read more

    Features

    • Swappable rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 12 hours of battery life
    • Compact, lightweight 5 GB hard drive multimedia player in Charcoal finish--weighs only 3.4 ounces
    • Compatible with MP3 and WMA; also Secure WMA from online services
    • View JPEG photos and album cover art via 1.5-inch LCD
    • Built-in voice recording and FM tuner with FM recording capability

    15. iRiver PMC 120 Portable Media Center 20gb player
    list price: $549.99
    our price: $499.99
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    Asin: B0006GVNSG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 33093
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The iRiver PMC 120 is a mobile media powerhouse, featuring a 20 GB hard drive that can store up to 80 hours of video or 600 hours of CD-quality music. It also has a vivid 3.5-inch LCD for playing your favorite video footage on the go and a TV-out for displaying video and images through a television or display. The USB 2.0 connectivity makes it fast and easy to transfer songs, photos and videos from the computer to the 9.6-ounce device. Other features include an integrated voice recorder, built-in speaker, a "kickstand" support for positioning the device, and USB mass storage capability--enabling you to transfer important documents and presentations to the PMC 120's memory. The rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion battery offers up to 14 hours of battery life when playing back audio, or up to 5 hours with video.

    It runs Microsoft's Portable Media Center (PMC) operating system, which is essentially a portable version of the familiar and intuitive Windows Media Player found on your PC. Use Windows Media Player's AutoSync feature to synchronize content stored on your PC with the PMC-120. It will also play recorded TV programs transferred from a Windows XP Media Center Edition PC.

    The PMC-120 supports Windows Media DRM 10 and the ability to play back digitally protected Windows Media Audio and Video files, providing access to the more than 1 million tracks available in Windows Media Audio format from more than 60 online music stores as well as content from the CinemaNow.com online movie site and Major League Baseball's MLB.com.

    What's in the Box
    iRiver PMC 120, iRiver earphones, quality carrying case, USB 2.0 cable, TV out cable, installation CD-ROM, and AC adapter ... Read more

    Features

    • Plays digital music and video files Synchronize your media library with Windows Media® Player Intuitive Windows Mobile™-based Portable Media Center interface 20GB of internal storage
    • Store up to 80 hours of video or up to 600 hours of music* Wide 3.5 inch vivid color display Supports secure transfers from Windows Media Player™
    • Connect to your home entertainment system Built-in speaker Store or transfer files of any type Rechargeable, replaceable Lithium-ion battery
    • Up to 14 hours of battery life (audio) Up to 5 hours of battery life (video)
    • Up to 80 hours of video using 320 x 240 at 500kbps AVI format. Up to 600 hours of music using Windows Media format at 64kbps

    16. iRiver SlimX iMP-400 CD / MP3 Player (Silver)
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00007788K
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 7781
    Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The iMP-400's chrome-style design and incredible features redefine expectations for what's possible in a portable CD player. From its circuit design to its final manufacturing spec, iRiver has channeled all its efforts into delivering the best CD and MP3 sound quality. The player supports WMA and ASF formats as well as discs burned with Winamp playlists. Additional formats, such as AAC and MP3 Pro, will be supported in the future through simple firmware upgrades, by which iRiver can add and modify player features.

    The iMP-400 comes with quality iRiver wrap-around headphones, offering far superior quality to standard CD player headphones. The player offers eight preset equalization curves and one user-defined curve (choose from normal, pop, rock, jazz, dance, classic, metal, U-Bass, and user EQ). Auto EQ changes automatically according to ID3 tag information, and a battery indicator lets you know when you're low. The player also performs perfectly in the face of external shocks because of iRiver's unique anti-shock algorithm, iRiverShockFree. This feature maintains supreme control over the server, so it can accurately read data even in the face of extreme vibrations, letting you listen to continuous music.

    An easy-to-read, four-line LCD shows every bit of information needed, and an FM tuner comes in handy when you're traveling by tracking the frequencies to maintain reception as you move. The iMP-400 uses 16 MB Flash memory to support the display of Chinese characters (traditional/simplified)--37 languages are supported. The player also recognizes discs in Packet Write format, which enables you to use CD-RW discs like PC hard disks, offering the ease of using discs and of saving and deleting songs. Finally, the player prevents its rechargeable batteries from overcharging, and a discharge function fully discharges batteries before recharging, thereby preventing the diminishing of rechargeable battery capacity. ... Read more

    Features

    • Supports MP3, WMA, and ASF formats as well as discs burned with Winamp playlists
    • iRiver wraparound headphones included
    • 4-line LCD offers plenty of track and disc information
    • Plays discs in Packet Write format so you can use CD-RW discs like PC hard disks
    • Upgradeable firmware allows compatibility with additional formats in the future

    Reviews (38)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Another wonderful product from iRiver
    I have just bought this mp3 player last month and I found it very wonderful with cool design. Going with its slim thickness, the smooth surface will attract you as the first look. Not like the 350 of iRiver, all of the control buttons are now on the remote control and you will feel a little nervous if you lost or make it broken. However, don't panic, you can have the replacement easily. iRiver has made it easier for you to replace the broken equipment.
    The sound of its is wonderful, too. Not like in 350, now you have 9 presets of sound (one is your own define), and the volume is suitable for all of the people who like to listen to music in loud sound or soft sound.
    The remote control is also the new jump of iRiver. You won't find anything easier to learn than with iRiver's. Everything, just need 1 hour to find out in the remote control.
    You can listen to FM with the quality you can't imagine.
    I suggest you buy this and this is the player you will not forget. The player you need for you active lifestyle.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Great CD/MP3 Player, but why pay $80.00 extra right now?
    Before I give my review, why are people paying $80.00 for this product insead of getting the just as great SlimX iMP 350. There is actually no difference, except for the remote. On the 350, it uses 75 degree rotating dials on the top and bottom for navigation. It's no hassle to change music. On the 400, it uses a d-pad and center enter button. Both have there pros and cons, but each in it is equal. Now for my review. SlimX makes excellent products (minus any CD player less than the 350). This one is no exception. It has excellent sound quality, excellent battery life (around 12 hours on a charge), and has great skip protection. Also, how can you go wrong with being able to carry 6 hours of 128kbps music with you? If you want to spend a little more, go with a Nomad Zen (excellent bang for the buck). Other wise, if CD's are your thang, go with the SlimX 350 or 400.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Well Designed
    After much searching online for a good mp3 CD player, I decided that the iMP-400 looked like the right CD player for myself (unfortunately this was just a little before the release of the iMP-550). It had many features that appealed to me, and I have remained happy with it over the last 9 or so months.

    On the upside, I have loved all the features about this player, with the ability to play mp3's, audio CD's, AND have the radio function to be the most prominent features. The svelte styling of the player has impressed many people, along with the slim size of it. I also have defiantly put it through its paces by taking it camping/hiking along with my everyday use. The layout of the remote control, although somewhat tough to learn at first, provides instant access to all of the important functions. Also impressive is the inclusion of many minor features such as the inclusion of an audio-out port to connect the player to a sound system (I have also used it to connect a second set of headphones to share music with a friend). Another is the ability to select the next track to be played with out interrupting the current song; this ability is still available during random mode. The fact that the player uses firmware has allowed updates to include new modes and features, and even a snake-style game!

    On to the bashing section of my review:
    One of the faults previously touched on by other reviewers is the time that this system takes to power up. When I want music, I want it NOW, not 30 seconds from now.
    Recently, the remote control's center button stopped responding. By taking apart the control (and probably voiding its warranty) I determined that the cause of the problem was that the pin attached to the backside of the button to depress the capacitor had inadvertently snapped. Although annoying, the problem was easily solved with the use of some gel-like super glue.
    The player turns off when it is connected to, or detached from, the AC adaptor, which means that I have to go through the long boot process again.
    My final grudge (although not too much the companies fault) is that only non-protected WMA's can be played (something I only found out after I had encoded most of my music library with the protection on)

    All in all, if you want a mp3 player that also plays your CDs, the iRiver series is as good as they come. But if you don't plan to use its ability to play standard CD's too often, you may be better off with a hard drive player.

    5-0 out of 5 stars solid player
    I've had the imp 400 for 3 months now, and it has performed very well. I like
    sound
    volume
    controls
    solid feel
    accessories
    anti skip
    car adapter
    pouch

    I don't care for the fit of the headphones. I had to sand down sharp edges over the ears before I could comfortably wear them. The imp 400 is slightly expensive but if you need all the accessories coming with it, which I do, it is actually a great deal. I've dropped it with no consequences. I would recommend it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the "spouse"
    My wife isn't interesting in ripping CDs, creating mixes, MP3s, etc. Her goal was a unit that would play her large CD collection and would accept the crazy disks that her crazy husband generates.

    Given that sort of anecdotal background: this is the perfect player. Interface is easy to use (passes the "spouse" test once again), music quality is good and it is very tolerant of shake, rattle and rolls.

    I only rate it as 4 out of 5 because I personally don't like the disk form factor. If that's your thing, though, this is the player for you. ... Read more


    17. IRiver iFP 995 - digital player / recorder / radio ( IFP-995 )

    our price: $240.99
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    Asin: B0006TIA8E
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Iriver
    Sales Rank: 4276
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    18. iRiver SVi 700 Water Sports Unit for iFP 700 Series
    list price: $99.99
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    Asin: B00068DURQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
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    Features

    • Works with all iRiver 700 series products, 780T, 790T, 795T, iFP799T
    • 100% waterproof up to 20 feet
    • Includes Waterproof Headphones

    19. iRiver N10 256mb Flash Portable MP3 player
    list price: $179.99
    our price: $179.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006B3R3K
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 7366
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sleekly modern, the wearable iRiver N10 is both a trendy, ornamental neckchain and a multiformat digital audio player. It weighs just 1 ounce with its battery and comes with a neck strap with integrated earphones. This 256 MB N10 plays both MP3 and WMA digital audio files and its built-in microphone produces up to 18 hours of high-quality digital voice recordings. The 256 MB internal flash memory will store up to 8 hours of WMA files at 64 kbps or up to 4 hours of MP3 music at 128 kbps. It also includes a clock function that keeps track of time and can wake you up to the music of choice even when powered off.

    The N10 can be recharged automatically through the USB connector cable, and its internal lithium polymer battery eliminates the need for a separate battery. A mere hour and a half of recharging from a completely drained state can provide you with up to 11 hours of playback time. The N10's eye-catching, 16-gray Organic EL display has a special coating that generates stunning luminosity and sharp contrast yet consumes very little power. It also features a versatile screen saver.

    The N10 includes a SAD (Sound Activity Detector) function that records only when sound is detected, which saves memory space as well as power, giving you the highest efficiency in voice recording. The tangle-free necklace-type earphone not only provides the utmost in convenience but also a sense of style and grace; it's also compatible with any other earphones of your choosing.

    What's in the Box
    This package comes with the iRiver 256 MB N10 digital audio player, neck strap with integrated headphones, USB adapter, CD-ROM with installation software and drivers, and printed instruction manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • 256MB MB Capacity - Over 8 hours of music storage (256MB)
    • MP3 / WMA/ASF
    • Up to 12 hour Li-On Battery
    • USB Direct - no cable needed to load music
    • Integrated head phones and OEL display

    20. iRiver F-700 Sports Arm Band
    list price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00067LYJ8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: iRiver
    Sales Rank: 1164
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    Features

    • Compatible with: iFP 799, iFP-795, iFP-790 and iFP-780
    • The armband is expandable from 9.5 inches (29.5cm) to 16.5 inches (42cm) and will provide an extra 10 inches of stretch
    • iFP 700 Sport case with belt clip and Adjustable soft cloth Arm Band

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