New IRiver H10 Review

Posted: Feb 11 2005, 2:37am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:29pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
New iRiver H10 Review
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EverythingUSB has an indepth review of the new iRiver H10 5GB iPod mini alternative.

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"With a 260k color display for photos, five gigabyte hard drive, FM recorder and the ability to play subscription music, the H10 outperforms every MP3 player in its class. The only things missing are a data partition and TV out. We also have some comparative pics between Zen Micro and H10.
At 4.75" tall, the iRiver H10 is one of the larger MP3 players on the market to use a 1" hard drive, but the slim form factor allows the player to slip into your pocket easier than any other competing player.
The layout of the controls is very minimalist, with only two buttons and the vertical touchpad on the front. The arrangement of the front controls vaguely represents a tie and collar underneath the head of the 1.5" color LCD. The color scheme for the case is flowing and accented by the iRiver logo with no tacky implementations."
Read the full review.

Buy the iRiver H10 Now on Amazon.com.




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