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You may want to carry the Clix in a protective case--the shiny surface seems like it might scratch easily.
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The next-gen Clix is quite a bit slimmer than its predecessor, which means its buttons have slimmed down as well. Those two skinny ones along the top are dedicated volume controls. Niiiiiice.
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The Clix is one stylish MP3 player. And it likes to be shown off, so don't be shy!
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The D-Click interface makes the iRiver Clix a bit difficult to operate with only one hand, but it's still a marvelously easy-to-use player.
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The Clix interface is one of the best we've seen. It's fun, descriptive, and easy to use.
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The player is put together in two pieces to allow for the clickable screen, but you can't take it apart. A power button, hot key, and a mini USB port line the right side.
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The labels for the buttons and controls are all on the back of the device, which isn't entirely handy. You'll be flipping it over until you get everything committed to memory.
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A headphone jack and reset hole can be found along the left spine of the player.
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