The rest of the player's features, however, are quite similar to last year's model. The X60 still sports the same cross-shaped navigation button, and can read MP3, WMA and WAV music files, as well as display digital images. The X60 is available in a metallic black case, while its 30GB cousin (the X30) is available in white or red. Battery life is still rated at 16 hours playtime. The X60 also still uses Toshiba's proprietary gigabeat room software to transfer music, images and files, with the popular CD RipRec feature (which allowed users to rip a CD directly to the player) making a return. Other features include 28 user selectable equaliser settings, multiple colour screen design options for personalisation, USB recharging and more.
We also weren't fans of gigabeat room, as you can see in our review of the F60. Hopefully Toshiba has made some software tweaks to make it more user-friendly.