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GREAT for music - not so much for everything else
A bit expensive, Feature-poor in some respects, Low-res screen
Most formats didn't play too well
' The Cowon iAudio 9 is a sleek touchscreen portable media player.
'like its functional look and I imagine the other colours will look similarly tasteful.'
'Flash media support.'
'The main menu is spacious, the touchscreen is responsive, and we liked the extra details, such as icon animation and page transitions.'
'Stunning sound The sound with a high-quality MP3 or FLAC file is truly excellent.'
'very good portable media player'
An excellent music player, but mediocre in other areas
MicroSD card expansion
Android is almost unusable
'pretty decent video-viewing devices'
'the O2 proved capable of playing files of a much higher resolution than its screen's native size - the best we managed was a 24f/s 720p AVI file.'
'Huge Storage Capacity.'
'world-class audio quality'
'lacks video support or memory expansion'
'The Cowon A3 isn't the slimmest or lightest portable video player we've seen'
'The A3 is big'
'short battery life'
'The bad: As tiny as the iAudio 7 is, it's still about three times the width of an iPod Nano.'
'The right end of the iAudio 7 houses a mini USB port and reset control (hidden behind a protective plastic cover).'
'A unit with 16GB capacity is in the works, says Cowon.'
'There's a learning curve to the Swing Touch interface,'
'The Cowon D2 is pricier than similarly featured MP3 players,'
'It looks a little clunky'
'the whine the D2 adds to the recordings is rather irritating.'
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