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Cowon O2 hands-on

The Cowon O2's 4.3-inch touch screen interface is very responsive, although it lacks the advanced multi-touch control found in the Apple iPhone or iPod Touch.
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Cowon O2 with accessories

The Cowon O2 comes bundled with software, earbuds, USB cable, power adapter, and an attachable stylus that doubles as a kickstand.
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Cowon O2 and iPodTouch

The O2 can't match the multipurpose wizardry of the iPod Touch, but it does offer a larger screen, memory expansion, and a ludicrous amount of native format support.
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Cowon O2 back

The back of the Cowon O2 includes a built-in speaker. The included stylus doubles as a fold-out stand for hands-free viewing.
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Cowon O2 GUI

The user interface of the Cowon O2 includes a beautiful and spacious main menu that lends itself well to touch screen navigation. Working your way through the submenus isn't quite as easy, however.
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Cowon O2 in the hand

Despite the Cowon O2's large screen, the device is relatively portable and easy to handle. The construction quality feels good for the price and the O2's solid state memory is more resilient against drops than hard drive-based PVPs.
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Cowon O2 in the pocket

The Cowon O2 is a little on the thick side for a Flash-memory media player, but it fits in your pocket without stretching your jeans.
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Cowon O2 side

The left side of the Cowon O2 includes a headphone jack up top and a power adapter input on the bottom. A hinged door in the middle conceals the O2's USB port and SD card slot.
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