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The iRiver E200 is a mid-range portable media player similar to the iRiver E150.

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User interface is logical, attractive and features a colour set that makes things easy to read in sunlight.

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Good-quality display - bright with decent contrast.

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Very good sound quality that gives a level of clarity better than the average pmp.

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Really solid build quality - features heavy, sturdy metal casing.

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Video playback is straightforward and not too fussy - picks up the proper aspect ratio automatically, etc.

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Built-in FM radio tuner - a feature often overlooked at this price point.

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Disappointing battery life - around 17 hours of music playback.

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Capacitive buttons are a bit awkward to use and take some getting used to.

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Included earphones aren't worth bothering with as they're very poor quality.

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The iRiver E200 is a mid-range portable media player similar to the iRiver E150. The main differences between the E150 and the E200 are screen size (the E150 sports a 2.4" LCD display, the E200 2.8") and battery life (the E200 only offers about 17 hours as opposed to the E150's 22 hours). Otherwise, the two PMPs sport the same basic features including SRS WOW HD sound field technology, a microSD slot and support for a wide variety of formats.

The E200's SRS WOW HD technology provides an enhanced listening experience as it offers greater bass performance on low-end headphones while offering simulated surround sound. Its microSD slot allows the E200's internal storage (2GB, 4GB or 8GB) to be supplemented by up to 8GB. Additionally, the E200 offers support for MP3, FLAC, WMA, ASF, and OGG audio; MPEG4, WMV9, and XVID SP video and; JPEG, BMP, PNG, and GIF image types.

  • 2.8" TFT LCD display
  • Micro SD expansion slot
  • Built-in FM tuner with FM recorder
  • SRS WOW HD sound field technology
  • Active dual stereo speakers
  • Supports: Audio - MP3, FLAC, WMA, ASF, and OGG Video - MPEG4, WMV9, and XVID SP Image - JPEG, BMP, PNG, and GIF
  • Battery life: 17 hours of music or 5 hours of video 
Post Review
01/02/2011 01:22

I have a problem with the new iriver e200. it should seem to be an upgrade from the e150, but why did they take away the "line in" recording? it was an extremely useful feature? a model upgrade should just add features - not take away?!

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