Summary: Well, I was given one of these some years ago. I really loved it: the design is completely different from others I've seen before, for example, there are no visible buttons to move through the menus, this is my favorite characteristic. The other ones are the screen backgrounds (beautiful and relaxing), high quality reproduction (both audio and video), long time battery (up to 8 or 10 hours playing depending on your configurations) and short time to charge (2 or 3 hours...
Summary: I've owned IRiver products since the T10 came out YEARS ago and I could not be happier with all of them! The Clix is by far the best- powerful sound, easy to use, decent battery life and easy to read display. Definite bang for your bcuk! I buy new ones just for the increased gigs and will continue to buy IRiver as long as they keep making awesome products!
Summary: There's a reason what this was named cnet's editor's choice two years in a roll (two years ago, it was the Clix) Brilliant picture quality, amazing sound system, extraordinary features and looks that could kill. You can personalise the display, you can change the font, you can download more exciting games, record your voice and you're not even 1/10th way through the features it's small and compact, light yet sturdy, it's cheaper, sexier than an ipod, has WAYYY better...
Excerpt: The Clix 2 brings back memories of its predecessor Clix. Being similar in terms of performance, other than it being slightly lighter and slimmer. It has a great software included called the iRiver Plus 3, which can be used to transfer pictures or music. Alternatively, you can also use Window's explorer's drag and drop feature to transfer the files. The menu system is well structured and designed, making it very easy to understand and get used to.
A quality little player for sound junkies, not for video lovers though
21 May 2009
Excerpt: This is the second iRiver product I have owned and it is a vast improvement on my old iHP120 hard-drive player. Most notably, this is a flash based player so there are no moving parts. My old iHP120 used to skip whilst I was jogging, there is no such problem with the Clix 2. The solid state memory means skipping is a thing of the past.
Summary: I was looking for an MP3 player that supported a good range of file formats including Ogg Vorbis. This was the thing that caught my eye in the shops although when i picked it up in the shops the screen felt like a see-saw and it put me off briefly cause i thought it was badly built. Then when i switched it on i realised it was the method of navigating where the faceplate is actually a 2-axis rocker switch.
Pros: Ogg Vorbis support, open source games and navigation. Perfect sound quality, brilliant display.
Cons: Potential to get scratched easily if you don't buy protective covers.