Iriver T7 Stix and L Player set for U.K. launch

The L Player is the most interesting of the two--it's similar to the Clix, only smaller.

Crave UK

As if launch details of the Iriver Spinn weren't enough to keep your blood pumping wildly, we've got some prices and new specs on two of the Korean company's other new flash players: the T7 and L Player.

The L Player is the most interesting of the two--it's similar to the Clix, only smaller. It's got the same D-Click interface that we loved in the Clix, a 51-millimeter (2-inch) 320 x 240-pixel display, support for MP3, WMA, and ASF audio, MPEG-4, WMV, and Flash video, an FM radio, voice, and radio recording. It comes in 4GB and 8GB models, each rocking 18 and 4 hours of music and video playback respectively from the built-in battery.

It'll be on sale in June. The 4GB version will sell for 90 pounds (about $177) and the 8GB for 110 pounds ($216).

Iriver's other newbie is the T7 Stix--a small, simple MP3 player with a built-in USB adaptor, a lathe old Shuffle. It'll come in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB capacities and supports MP3, WMA, ASF and OGG music formats. It's also packing an FM radio with recording functionality and a built-in microphone allows you to record voice, too.

The T7 will be on sale in June as well: 50 pounds ($98) for 1GB, 60 pounds ($118) for 2GB, and 70 pounds ($137) for 4GB.

Both the T7 and L Player will be on sale from Advanced MP3 Players. Expect our reviews of both models extremely soon. Best regards and warm wishes 'n' that.

(Source: Crave UK)

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