Summary: Priced at $99.99, the Lplayer is a solid music player that's compatible with a number of audio/video formats for the hardcore multimedia set. If you're satisfied with its limited amount of memory, and don't mind the odd placement of the volume button, you'll find the Lplayer a capable device.
Summary: The iRiver Lplayer is a very likeable player with a decent feature set and an ideal choice for anyone seeking a small and simple MP3 player for music. The best reason to choose it is its small size and intuitive navigation system
Pros: Design; screen quality; easy to use; good file format support; decent sound quality.
Cons: Poor battery life; buttons aren't very sensitive.
Summary: The iriver Lplayer has a lot to offer in a compact, attractive, and affordably priced package. It sounds great, has more extra features than many of its competitors, and is easy and fun to use.
Conclusion: If you like iriver products you will like the LPlayer, since it’s the same great formula iriver has used on the popular clix line of players. But by the same note, there is nothing innovating. The lPlayer is the clix/clix2 minus some features and in a smaller form factor.
Pros: Solid iriver Design, Great looking screen., MSC/MTP User Selectable, Good radio reception, File Folder and ID3 Browsing
Cons: Mediocre sound quality, Screen difficult to see outside, Not on the go playlist, Weak Battery Life
Petite portable media player with D*click interface
Good Gear Guide.au
20 November 2008
Summary: The iRiver Lplayer is an impressive portable media player. It offers a host of features, has a good quality screen and comes at a low price. Just a few niggling interface and control issues detract from what is otherwise a strong iPod nano competitor.
Pros: Great quality screen, slim, interesting control scheme, extras such as FM radio and voice recorder, lots of file formats supported
Cons: Controls can be unresponsive, track sorting not perfect
Excerpt: iRiver's MP3 players have consistently impressed us with their solid design and decent build quality, and this latest L-player takes the range a step further. Similar to the Clix 2 in design, it features the unusual D Click system, which entails depressing the edges of the screen to navigate the...
Summary: Back in the dark days of MP3 players with sub-gigabyte storage capacities, iRiver was something of a contender. Its premium MP3 products had unique designs, exceptional sonics and serious price demands. Times have changed but iRiver’s still carving out an interesting little niche for itself.