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The iriver E100 is iriver's first North American release since the popular Clix2.

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eBook reader

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Built-in speakers

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Great audio support

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Looks good

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Extensive feature set

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Small screen

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Screen isn't very good

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Sound quality isn't as good as previous versions

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Ebook reader can't read Pdf, requires text files

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Does not fully support WMV9, MPG-4 or XVID

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Music on Extended Memory DOES NOT Integrate with Music Library

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The iriver E100 is iriver's first North American release since the popular Clix2. It is not considered a top-of-the-line mp3 player, but sits more in the lower end line for its class. It is a flash-based player and comes in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB models. True to iriver's previous media player models, it supports a wide range of audio formats and video formats, although video will require some conversion to work. The E100 has some nice added value for a player in this price range such as: built-in speaker, FM tuner, voice recorder, microSD slot and text reader. Requires Windows XP or or Windows Vista (no Mac support).

  • Audio formats: MP3, WMA, OGG, ASF, FLAC
  • Video formats: WMV9 SP, MPEG-4 SP, XviD SP
  • Photo formats: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
  • FM tuner
  • Built-in speaker
  • Voice recorder
  • MicroSD slot
  • Text reader
  • 2.4" LCD
  • Battery life: 25 hours
Post Review
01/11/2009 03:02

Problems with WMV-9, MPG-4 and XVID support can be solved by using a free opensource program called Video settings: frames per second (FPS) 24 or 25, 600 KPBS format Xvid, container AVI, Picture settings: 320 x 240 - check the cropper settings you want In the audio use the Lame MP3 settings no more then 44100 hz (probably 33,000).

04/28/2008 01:26

Companies aren't even trying anymore. Can't anybody give Apple a run for their money? The Touch has been out for almost a year now, and nothing really comes close. A shame, really.

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