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