While that worked fine on other models, this device has a regular five-way directional pad and the end result is a world where up is left and down is right literally and navigation can become quite confusing. Show More Show Less. Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more. However, other companies, such as iRiver, are still fighting for their piece of the pie. The impact of this can also be felt when using the picture viewer. Phones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, games and more. The E sports a 2.
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iRiver E100 MP3 player
Skip to main content. Cons Unintuitive controls, sluggish at times, screen not as impressive as competition. Video codec support is also very good, but most of the time conversion is necessary to conform to the x k color screen. The open design of the iRiver E 4 GB music player features a control toggle button in the center just below a large, 2.
When it comes to adding more memory, you’ll find a microSD slot on the top of the unit. The video player operates fine, but is definitely one of the weaker elements of this unit due to the fact that the screen isn’t great quality.
The interface, while relatively attractive, pauses quite often — particularly when navigating photos and videos. The iRiver 4 GB MP3 also has two tiny speakers built into the top of the device so that users have an alternative to using earbuds or headphones. That said, the iRiver E has clearly been designed as a rival to the Creative Zen, with audio and enhanced video playback.
The E is quite plain looking, with a small boxy build and a plain matte black colour scheme. Lessons in brand management aside, the main downsides were the sluggish UI, mediocre screen, and lack of microSD library integration. Top power packs for phones and USB-C laptops.
You can store station presets as well as record directly to the internal memory, which is a nifty feature, and the reception was pretty good in our tests. This item doesn’t belong on this page.
Sound quality was good on the whole, with a fun, detailed mid range and well-controlled bass. Read on for an in-depth look at the iriver E However, other companies, such as iRiver, are still fighting for their piece of the pie. While the 4 GB digital media player offers users a generous integrated memory to store media files, more storage space can easily be added via the microSD card expansion slot.
In multicultural Australia, the opportunity for home cooks to expand their culinary horizons is too tempting to resist. A lot of languages are supported. So, it comes as something of a shock to find the player generally feels bulky in the hand. Very easy to use and logical interface. The compact 4 GB digital media player measures 1.
While it is adequate for basic video watching, it feels a little archaic when lined up against the displays on new units from Apple or Creative. While that worked fine on other models, this device has a regular five-way directional pad and the end result is a world where up is left and down is right literally and navigation can become quite confusing.
Also included is a micro-SD card slot to expand the memory; however, this doesn’t synchronise with the internal memory, which can be annoying. Brand Post The Science Behind Healthy Cooking In multicultural Australia, the opportunity for home cooks to expand their culinary horizons is too tempting to resist. However, you’ll likely need to run videos through the provided iRiver conversion software to make them compatible.
It needs this depth to fit the 2. Images were bright but there was a degree of pixilation to test files. Overall, the E is a decent player, but be aware that this is a player targeted for the lower end.
By the way, you can use this iRiver as a dictaphone.
iRiver E MP3 player
It’s not the fastest software to respond and we found it would occasionally hang for a second but for ease of use, it’s great. However, when it comes to video, the screen simply isn’t as crisp as we’d like. Show More Show Less.
The impact of this can also be felt when using the picture viewer. While it does the job just fine, iRiver’s flash based portable media player jp3 E does have a few niggling issues that set it back a notch from some of the competition.