Last Saturday we reported about a new tiny iRiver H10 surfacing on a Korean discussionboard. Today iRiver officially announed the iRiver H10 Junior. The information we had on the H10 Junior was wrong in terms of storage capacity. The H10 Junior will only have 1GB not 2GB.
The iRiver H10 Junior measures 72 x 42 x 16 mm and sports a 1.2" color display. The new iRiver weighs 62g. The H10 Junior should hit stores in April and will be presented at the CeBit show.
iRiver also announces a 20GB H10, which will also be shown at the CeBit.
More details in iRiver press-release.
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