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>> Hi, I'm Jasmine France and I'm here today with the IRiver S10. And, as you can see, it's really, really, teeny, tiny and really cute. This is about the size of the iPod Shuffle but, unlike the Shuffle, this has a screen and actually, its actually, it sounds a lot better than the Shuffle. And, you click on the screen itself, it's the de-click interface, it's the same interface as used by the IRiver Clicks, and it makes it really easy to use. It plays MP3, WMA, [inaudible], and ASF files. It does not, however, support DRM protected music, so no music for music stores or rented music for music stores, or anything like that, unless it's Emusic. It does support pictures. It has a built-in mic for voice recording and it has an F-internal rift autoscan and presets. And it will also do FM recording and timed FM recordings because there is an alarm clock built in. And that also means if you have it hooked up to external speakers, you can actually use this as your alarm clock and wake up to it. [Inaudible] has got nice pleasing graphics as you scroll through, and if you let it kind of sit for long enough, you can have a screen saver come on the screen. And the playback screen this kind of animation of music note playing. It doesn't do [inaudible], that's kind of a bummer, but on a screen to small, you know, you don't really care. That's about it, it's really small so if you want something that's really teeny tiny and sounds great and has a lot of features. What you're going to pay for it, 170 dollars for 2 GB, but look at it, isn't it so cute? I'm Jasmine France and this has been the IRiver S10.
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