Reviews, reviews, reviews...

6.9 out of 10

Cowon iAUDIO E2

Usage: Music Storage Capacity: 4 GB Number of Songs: 1000 Read more

Best Price at Amazon

Reviews and Problems with Cowon iAUDIO E2

Showing 1-10 of 15

Review: Cowon iAudio E2 mp3 Player

15 June 2010
  • Conclusion: Although not quite perfect – due to fiddly controls and a shoddy pair of supplied headphones – the Cowon iAudio E2 is an excellent sounding mp3 player that for me, edges it over the iPod Shuffle – it has far superior audio quality and all at a superior price, too. Recommended for those without shovels for hands.
  • Read full review

Cowon iAudio E2 review

16 April 2010
  • Summary: The Cowon iAudio E2 is a solid ultra compact MP3 player that promises excellent quality sound in a stylish compact form factor at an affordable price.
  • Read full review
Overall 8

Expert Review

21 February 2010
  • Conclusion: Sleeker than the Shuffle, with better sound, more support and a cheaper price. Move aside, Apple!
  • Pros: On first impressions, the Cowon stands a very good chance of stealing some of the iPod Shuffle's thunder. The design is certainly eye-catching, with a handy loop at the top for attaching to a keyring and unusual tiny, triangular packaging. It also comes in five colours, should the standard black not suit you. There's eight listening modes – just make sure you hit the Menu button at least once to switch to BBE, Cowon’s boosted sound quality that brings out otherwise lo...
  • Cons: The headphones are the standard cheap, plasticky versions, so add in the cost of a decent pair. It’s a shame because sound quality is actually rich and detailed once you’ve slapped in a quality pair. The on-side controls are not quite as easy to use as the Shuffle’s controls on the headphone cord, as we had to keep checking what we were doing.
  • Read full review

Cowon iAudio E2 Review

Anything but iPod
23 November 2009
  • Conclusion: To get right to the point, the Cowon iAudio E2 is easily the best screen less MP3 player sold today. The build quality is top notch and while design is always subjective its unique modern design will definitely turn some heads. One of the things that impressed me the most was that Cowon managed to squeeze BBE onto this tiny player along with file support that has never been seen on this type of player.
  • Read full review
Overall 8

Cowon iAudio E2 DAP

12 September 2009
  • Excerpt: In the realm of the unique, outlandish, ridiculous, chic or even off-beat technology designs, Cowon’s iAudio E2 can be categorized as any one of the above. It’s just a matter of your own preference and taste. But nevertheless faceless Mp3 players i.e. those without displays, are quite popular.
  • Read full review

Expert Review

21 June 2010
Overall 6

Cowon iAudio E2 2GB

What Hi-Fi?
15 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Cowon seems to have taken its design cue from those fobs used to open fancy dan keyless cars. The iAudio E2 is light, and both pocket- and keyring-friendly, and the size and finish make for an object that feels good in your hand. There’s no screen, so control comes via four buttons, two on each side, and voice prompts.
  • Pros: Stylishly minimal, the keyring loop is useful, voice prompts are a nice touch
  • Cons: Sound lacks detail and authority, even with better earphones, fiddly button placement
  • Read full review
Overall 8

The stylish and ultra-compact Cowon iAudio E2 portable music player really impressed us.

Good Gear Guide.au
3 March 2010
  • Summary: The Cowon iAudio E2 is a solid, ultra-compact MP3 player that promises excellent quality sound in a stylish compact form factor at an affordable price.
  • Pros: Affordable price, compact
  • Cons: No video playback (obviously)
  • Read full review
Overall 8

Cowon iAudio E2 review

PC Advisor
19 February 2010
  • Summary: The stylish and ultra compact Cowon iAudio E2 portable music player really impressed us.
  • Read full review
Overall 7

Cowon iAudio E2 MP3 player review

Pocket Lint
29 January 2010
  • Excerpt: A couple of years ago we saw the beginnings of a brief but significant splurge of screenless MP3 players, most notably highlighted by the iPod shuffle . With a focus on portability and convenience, these are designed to be small and light enough to carry while exercising or on the move without having to dig out and lug around a more capable but more cumbersome player.
  • Pros: Solid, attractive design, decent audio quality, reasonably priced, good format support
  • Cons: Lack of track/folder skip, limited additional features, poor headphones supplied
  • Read full review
Next page >>