It's a good time to be on the lookout for a new DAP: there's that LG FM37, SanDisk's Sansa Connect and Sony's new NW-A800, and of course all that new DRM-free music from EMI on the way. Now iriver's getting in on the action, releasing its redesigned second generation clix in the States for pair of hundies. The pricetag is comparable to other 4GB flash players on the market, but the 2.2-inch QVGA AMOLED screen, fancy looks and support for 30fps MPEG-4 video and Macromedia Flash Lite make it a bit of a standout in North America. If $200 is too pricey for you, you can grab a 2GB version for $150, or wait until June for the $250 8 gigger.

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