Here comes a natty MP3 player to boost up your vocabulary. Hmm…the new iRiver D25 MP3 Dictionary player increases your vocabulary as well as let you take pleasure in your favorite tracks also. The cute clamshell device comes with a 4.3-inch LCD display and a complete QWERTY keypad. The enthralling features are its MP3 playback, FM radio, voice recorder, games, text-to-speech capabilities, and text/photo viewer. The lithium battery gives an impressing 16 hours of battery time for dictionary usage. The iRiver D25 integrates 1.3GB of flash memory and a SD card slot for extra storage. Sadly, the cool iRiver D25 will land in Korean market only at a price of $400. Now, that’s not cool news about the pretty device.
It’s been long that customers were on the lookout for much awaited new 4GB clix portable media player by iriver. At last, iriver has launched its new-fangled out the doors media player featuring support for MP3, WMA, ASF, and OGG music files, in addition to MPEG-4 simple profile QVGA video, and for not more than the feasible price of $200. Presenting a 2.2-inch QVGA display, integrated FM tuner, voice recorder, as well as extensive 25 hours of battery life, the hot portable media player offers a couple of clix accessories, an FM transmitter and car charger, together with iriver earphones, preloaded tracks from eMusic, preloaded games, printed manual and USB 2.0 cable. All these accessories arrive protected with 1 year limited warranty. You might not be able buy it, right now, but just hang around as it is on the threshold.
Believe it or not! iriver Plus 3 Music Store offers unlimited music download for just 4500 won (US $4.85) per month
Pirated music or video is one of the major reasons for the trouncing of music companies and is giving a serious blow to the entertainment industry. To battle the piracy most of the companies either are opening their personal stores or subletting wrights to different dealers to distribute their music and videos in different parts of the world. Following the similar pattern iriver has come up with JukeOn, an online music store that is linked with iriver Plus 3 and seems to be derived from a subscription layout, but right now only for the Korean market. Believe it or not, it will enable you to download as much music as you desire for just 4500 won per month (about US $4.85). If you don’t want to pursue the subscription anymore, just stop paying your monthly charges and the download automatically will discontinue the functioning. Currently the pattern is for the Korean market only but you may hope iriver to cross the seas and spread all over the World.
CES is the biggest consumer electronic show that will start on 8th January. The show provides a common platform to various electronic companies to introduce their products and latest technologies to the consumers directly. Reigncom (the Iriver mother company) will rollout its 12 new products in this show. The list includes W10 with Wi-Fi, VoIP, an MP3 player, and a map system with navigational help jointly developed with Navteq and a lot more.
iRiver seems to be attacking iPod Nano with their latest PMP dubbed X20. The X20, which will be available some time in the next week, has many features that can be compared with the Apple offering. The X20 boasts of 2GB, 4GB and 8GB flavors. The main difference between the two devices that is iPod Nano and X20 is that X20 can also play videos on the 2.2-inch QVGA display. The device also features support for MP3 / WMA / OGG audio files and WMV / MP4 video formats. It also has a MicroSD expansion slot to take care of all the additional songs and videos. X20 measures 98.5x49x14.8mm and its battery powers it for 22 hours on a single charge. Via: mobilemag
If your neck hanged or pocket mounted portable players are causing trouble and putting you off from your routine work, the iriver has popped up with a hot miniscule S10 MP3 player, a Bluetooth watch DAP with a bracelet that you would be able to wear on your wrist wirelessly, with minimum fuss. The S10 MP3 comes with a built-in USB connector connecting right into the rear part. Unfortunately, we don’t have much information about the wrist worn player, but it just seems a cool device at first glance. No words on pricing and availability either. Via: mobilemag
confused about choosing the right DAP? Other than the popular LG FM37, sansa Connect, and Sony’s NW-A800, you have the new redesigned iRiver Clix now to choose from. The second generation iRiver Clix has just hit the States. The sexy looking device touts a 2.2-inch QVGA display, integrated FM tuner, voice recorder, sport for 30fps MPEG-4 video and Macromedia Flash Lite, as well as extensive 25 hours of battery life. You can have the 2GB model for $150 while the 4GB clix will set you back $200. Not a bad deal for such good specs. Via: engadget
The iRiver B20 portable media player, which was earlier showcased at the CES show, has now been officially announced to make a debut on April 25. Very much like its predecessor B10, the new B20 PMP is a DMB device and sports DAB digital TV/audio. The device touts a widescreen 2.4-inch display, a miniSD slot, and is compatible with an array of media formats such as MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG-4, WMV9, and JPG. The 2GB version is priced at $213 while 4GB model will set you back $267. Who will go for the 2GB version considering such a small price difference? Via: DAPreview