Tiny IRiver H10 Junior Music Player Surfaced!

Posted: Feb 26 2005, 11:27am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:32pm CDT , in Portable Devices


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Tiny iRiver H10 Junior Music Player Surfaced!

Photo: CDPKorea discussionboard Ok, I have no idea what this small iRiver H10 look-alike music player is in this photo that appeared on CDPKorea discussionboard (Korean). I translated the whole page twice and I cannot make out what it is about. I am not even sure if the small music player on the left with color display is from iRiver. I mean it really looks very much like a mini version of the iRiver H10 5G Music Player. I also cannot make out if its a flash memory player or if iRiver might have managed to squeeze a HDD in this small player.

If anybody can understand what is going on in this discussion thread or knows about this mysterious player please email me.

Stephane from France just emailed us (after having the story only 10min online) that this is a new iRiver player currently dubbed iRiver H10 Junior that iRiver will show at the CeBit 2005 in March. It has 2GB of flash memory and 60 hours of battery life. This could be one seriously cool music player!

Update 02/27/05:
DAPReview has more photos of the H10 Junior from iRiver party in 2004.
Also Stephane found more photo on Watch Impress. Stephane also says that the iRiver H10 Junior actually uses a 2GB 0.85" HDD. Toshiba introduced a 0.85" hard drive in 2004. The CeBit is not far away, we should know then more.

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