Conclusion: The second clix from iriver is a feature-packed, beautifully designed flash player that comes in all the capacities the Apple iPod nano does (2GB, 4GB, and 8GB). If you're not married to iTunes, the clix is a great little player that looks pretty darn cool, too.
Pros: Excellent user interface. Easy "direct click" navigation. Bright, sharp screen. Comes with Flash games. Has both FM radio/recorder and voice recorder. Good sound quality.
Cons: Terrible earbuds. Volume controls seem to operate backward. Can't use while charging or loading.
Conclusion: This Rhapsody-optimized 4GB version of the second-generation clix from iriver is a feature-packed, beautifully designed flash player. If you're not married to iTunes, the clix is an excellent option, and it looks pretty damn cool, too.
Pros: Syncs with Rhapsody accounts for custom channel playback, purchase, and account info. Excellent user interface. Easy "direct click" navigation. Screen is bright and sharp. Flash games. FM radio/recorder. Voice recorder. Good sound quality.
Cons: Terrible earbuds. Volume controls seem to operate backwards. Can't use while recharging or loading. No shuffle or repeat modes.
Excerpt: Remember when the click wheels found on portable media players were innovative and unique? Yeah, now they’re about as exciting as 3.5-inch floppies. Thankfully, the second generation of Iriver’s Clix foregoes this clichéd control scheme with a clickable (not touch) screen for easy menu navigation.
Pros: Click-screen navigation makes scrolling through menu fun (seriously!) über-slick user interface. Customizable SRS WOW HD settings for remarkably crisp audio, even at painfully loud volumes. Supports MP3, WMA, OGG, Audible books and some subscription content (URGE, Napster). Good TXT viewer. JPEG ...
Cons: Video software is PC-only and won’t convert Quicktime movies. External buttons difficult to press. Drive gets formatted when switching from mass storage device mode to Windows-only MTP mode. Spotty music subscription support – consistently crashed Rhapsody when synching (Iriver claims a firmware ...
Conclusion: The Clix predecessor, the U10, was a great little player, but iRiver was swinging for the fences charging $250 for a 1GB U10. But iRiver came back down to earth with the Clix, offering it at a price that matches its peers.
Pros: Clean and easy user interface, Easy video conversion, Clear video, Great playlist support, OGG support
Cons: Windows XP SP1 Only Minimum Requirement, MTP file transfers, No delete on-the-go
Excerpt: If you had considered purchasing an iRiver U10 but were dissuaded by the high price, you will be very happy to know that iRiver has come out with a comparable MP3 player at a lower price. They are now introducing the iRiver Clix. To begin with, let's take a look at the design of the iRiver U10.
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Excerpt: Mentre ci si meravigliava delle meraviglie dell'iPod, Iriver creava Iriver Clix , un piccolo, minuscolo lettore multimediale dal peso di soli 70 grammi e con un eccellente schermo da 2.2 pollici, con una visibilità di 260.000 colori.