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7.6 out of 10

iriver Cover Story

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Overall 7

iRiver Cover Story review

Pocket Lint
20 September 2010
  • Conclusion: Overall the biggest problem we have with the Cover Story is having to deal with a screen that is more reflective than a non-touch version and the accompanying lack of constrast. The interface is a little quirky too and we'd rather have something a little less styled and more immediate – for some the small text will be all but invisible.
  • Pros: Compact, well built, SD card slot
  • Cons: Lacks contrast, screen prone to reflection, user interface uses some very small text, accompanying software is poor, lacks basic instructions regarding DRM use
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Overall 8

iRiver Cover Story review

10 September 2010
  • Summary: iRiver’s rep for kooky PMPs has garnered it a small if loyal following in recent years. And its first e-reader, the iRiver Story was a critical hit when it landed earlier this year. Step forward, then, the touch-sensitive Cover Story, its successor, which arrives at a time when e-readers are getting ever more competitive and classy.
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