Summary: The undeniably cute iRiver S10 sounds great and is packed with features, but its lofty price tag and paltry battery life might be a deterrent for some users.
Pros: The iRiver S10 features a cute, wearable design with an innovative, clickable screen; the bright OLED screen makes for easy navigation. The player includes nice extras such as an FM tuner, voice recorder, and alarm clock. It also plays OGG files and offers good sound quality.
Cons: The iRiver S10 is expensive, suffers from an unimpressive battery life, and doesn't support DRM-protected music. Oddly, it doesn't support JPEG photos--only BMP. It may be too tiny for some users.
Excerpt: One of the things you will wonder while buying the S10 (apart from how good is the performance) would be what good is the weirdly shaped package it comes in? After all it does look just as obscene to some and just as clever to many who have come across this. The point is that iriver does seem to be confident in dishing out products. Design I must say that iriver has done a real good job with the S10. It doesn’t only look tiny, but also accommodates a lot of style.