As if launch details of theweren'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, 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 la the 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.