Review Sections Review Specs. It will amuse midgets and full-sizers alike. Cowon iAudio 7 Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. The best Black Friday deals of Does it sound better than an iPod? Don’t show this again. If that’s your idea of a good time, you’re going to, er, have a good time.

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Cowon’s Media Center software does a speedy job converting videos for playback on the iAudio 7.

While we’re happy to see Cowon finally making the jump to 8GB flash players, we would have been excited to see a memory expansion slot on the iAudio 7 as well. The good news is that by resisting the temptation to go skinnier, Cowon was able to fit a higher-capacity battery into the iAudio 7. For now, go and entertain yourself by watching a massive iPhone wander in a lonely stupor around London.

Don’t show this again. We’ve got the 8GB version, so we’re able to squeeze loads of videos on to it too. This is obviously something we’re dying to test, but it’ll take three solid days just to try, during which time we’re going to be penning our review.

It arrived at Crave HQ on Friday afternoon and its touch-tensitive body has us as exhilarated as a midget in Charlie’s Chocolate Factory. The photo viewer is colorful and sharp and allows music to be played simultaneously without slowing down.


Hands-on with the Cowon iAudio 7 MP3 player

The diagonal bar can be used to scroll through lists in three ways: Thus, it was a bit of a letdown to find that the iAudio’s dimensions went unchanged. Visit manufacturer site for details. Final thoughts The Cowon iAudio 7 delivers an unbeatable combination of size, features, sound quality, and battery life. You also have the option of adding cover artwork for your music, which displays as a background image during music playback.

The iAudio 7 may be three iuadio as thick as the Apple iPod Nano, but it also has nearly three times the battery life. It will amuse midgets and full-sizers alike. Cowon iAudio 7 review: Although CNET’s battery drain tests revealed that the iAudio 7 is unlikely to meet its claim of 60 hours of continuous music playback during realistic conditions, we still feel it is an excellent player worthy of the Editors’ Choice distinction.

You may smirk, but what our knee-high passersby particularly appreciate in Oompa Loompa land is the cowin 7’s awesome sound quality and its professional design and finish.

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Our CNET labs found that the iAudio 7’s battery life is realistically capable of 41 hours of audio playback and We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. We’ve had our hands on it over the weekend — here’s our first report by Nate Lanxon. Apple’s iPod Touch gives you a good portion of the iPhone 6 experience in a tiny package, The reflective, glossy plastic found on the front and back of the player is prone to smudges and glare.


The most remarkable feature of the 7 is its battery life — all 60 hours iaudip it. While support for purchased and subscription WMA is great, we wish we could have seen format support for Audible.

Features Cowon players are seldom light on features, and the iAudio 7 is no exception. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read.

Design When we heard that the latest iAudio player would toss out the microdrive in favor of flash memory, we presumed the result would be a slimmer player. Cowon iAudio 7 Sign iaurio to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Discussion threads can be closed at any oaudio at our discretion. Using Cowon’s test conditions we were able to coax 56 hours from the iAudio 7, but we believe these playback settings are unlikely for most users.

Granted, the iAudio 6 was small to begin with, but it’s certainly not as slim as the cowoj Nano. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.

Does it sound better than an iPod?