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The main menu screen of the iAudio 7 preview unit looks nearly identical to the menu of the iAudio 6. From left to right, you can choose from music, video, radio, recording, photos, text viewer, and settings.

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Like its iAudio 6 predecessor, the iAudio 7 works over MSC or MTP connection modes, allowing compatibility for both a Mac and a PC.

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Here's the iAudio 6 (bottom) and the new iAudio 7 side by side. Beyond some color changes, they're nearly identical in size and shape.

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To our surprise, we loaded an MP3 with embedded album artwork and it showed up as a background image during playback.

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From the back, you can see that the iAudio 7 (right) uses a glossy plastic backing. You can't make it out in this photo, but the text on the back of the iAudio 7 gives off a prismatic rainbow reflection. Neat.

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The iAudio 7 (top) and iAudio 6, stacked up. Absolutely identical, aside from color.

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