iRiver is offering a very cool and stylish alternative to the dominating iPodmusic players in the United States as of this week. The iRiver Spinn puts a twist on the user interface of a portablemediaplayer.
By turning (spinning) a wheel you can navigate through the nicely animated user interface.
Feature highlights of the iRiver SPINN include 3.3 inch color OLEDdisplay with 480 x 372px, Bluetooth 2.0, 25h music playback on single charge, and FM Tuner. The iRiver SPINN supports all kinds of video and music formats including WMA, MP3, OGG, and AVI.
The iRiver SPINN measures 99.5x51x10.7mm and the weight is 70g. iRiver sells the SPINN in 4GB and 8GB storage configurations.
The Spinn is for design freaks that do not want to swim with the mainstream iPod crowd.
Great OLED Screen
Cool User Interface
Great Battery Life
Where to Buy:
The iRiver SPINN 4GB sells for $249.99 and the 8GB SPINN has a price of $289.99.
The iRiver Spinn is currently available on the iRiver store, but is already listed on Amazon.com, where it should start to sell as well soon. Find other retailers.
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