iRiver calls its new user interface D-Click. The buttons are on the borders of the screen. Only the border area is touch sensitive.
The iRiver U10 supports MP4 video, Macromedia Flash, MP3, WMA, OGG and ASF music playback. The U10 has a 2.2" QVGA (320x240) TFT screen.
Besides the nice look the iRiver U10 also features FM-Tuner, Voicerecorder, Photo album, txt viewer, direct encoding and games. The iRiver U10 will come in 512MB and 1GB storage configurations.
No word yet when the U10 will be available. It looks like a winner.
The new iRiver T20 is a rather straight forward mp3 player, with a toned down look.
The new iRiver T30 has a edgy styling, but also not very exciting specifications.
More details on the T20 and T30 and higher resolution photos of all three new iRiver media players on the misticriver discussion board.
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