Coming to the scene in December 2008, iriver E50 has been unboxed and tested by Le Journal du Geek. With a full pack of shots, here we get hands on its details provided by the unwrapping team.
Detailing And Specifications
The pretty sleek device from PMP; Australia’s leading media service company, is not a jumbo pack of features, yet attractive. Seemingly workable for basic functionality, it is a slimmer mostly used by MP3 fans as a popular brand.
With an elegant metallic finish the player has a very defining look. On the contrary the back is black plastic matte finished body with a distinctive feature of remaining indifferent; not taking fingerprints.
This slimmer comes with 2GB, 4GB or 8GB memory, available for 69 Euros for its 4GB version. This is a small screen; 1.8 “(176 × 220px) device qualitative of TFT LCD 262k color. It has a tuner / FM recorder, plus a microphone, 5EQ and an MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA, WAV, SMV, JPEG, BMP. USB 2.0, with 52h audio capabilities with 88 × 38.8 × 7.7 mm dimensions for 40g.
iriver E50’s navigation base is D-Click system which is common in almost each navigation device with a square central button allowing to click on 4 different sides. Volume control is not that easy as the buttons are located on the top corners of the device. With a Flash interface, USB port for mini USB standard on the bottom, 3.5 mm jack can be seen.
With an easy and simple interface iriver E50 offer a standard music quality. The screen displays a simple album with the play backs. Accessing music options is as easy as keeping the tab pressed for a little longer, delete, play or skip, it’s nothing intricate.
With a small screen as iriver E50, movie watching is not a fun. It’s a bit intricate as to save a video as encoding the size of the screen will be required.
Like video, camera is of a normal standard too. FM Tuner is there too, with an option to select between MTP and UMS, copy/paste from Windows Explorer is easy.
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