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In addition to the ICS phone trio, ViewSonic's also just announced three new tablets ahead of the MWC party. Pictured on the left is the 7-inch \"super light, super slim\" ViewPad G70 -- to be sold alongside the E70 -- featuring Android Ice Cream Sandwich, 1GB RAM, 4GB storage, microSD expansion, a t

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It feels like these phones have been on sale for a solid six months for some weird reason, but in reality, Acer's 2009 line of WinMo 6.5 devices -- including the range-topping F1 -- are finally out and about with shiny new names to boot. As we'd previously heard, the Snapdraon-powered F1 is actuall

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There are a number of ways to clearly convey that your products rely heavily on touch operation, perhaps none clearer than simply straight-up putting \"touch\" somewhere in the name (see TouchWiz, TouchFLO, Touch, TouchSmart, UltraTouch, the list goes on). Enter Acer, which has been preparing a numbe

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Sure, we know that whenever we hear the word \"aluminum\" we're supposed to go all weak in the knees, but iriver hasn't really astounded us with this materials-tweaked rehash of the E100. Still, the OLED screen on the upcoming E200 has been bumped to 2.8-inches, so that's kind of nice, and while the

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It's been a little under a year since we first -- and last -- heard rumors about and iriver E100 update, the E150. Now it appears to have reared its head and is out in Korea for the equivalent of $78 for the 4GB and $100 for the 8GB models. Officially dubbed the \"all in one pragmatic player,\" its s

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It's a little tough to rip our eyes away from the bizarre WAVE-HOME, but the 4.3-inch P7 is a darn good diversion. Said unit is flying high atop iriver's line of portable media players in Vegas this year, packing a 4.3-inch WQVGA (480 x 272) touchscreen, 4/8/16GB of NAND Flash memory, a microSD exp

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The E100 was a little weak for the iriver name, but at $59 for 8GB of PMP deliciousness, it's hard to resist. Walmart is clearing out the black iteration for $40 off the original price, and while we'd hate to presume and be wrong, we're hoping this is just a sign that iriver's gonna go all out at C

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Really? Was it just the choice of color holding you back from purchasing iriver's respectable, monument to plastic? If so, you're in luck, the E100 just reached \"Season 2\" which includes a re-run of all the same specs (up to 8GB storage, 2.4-inch display, audio/video playback) dipped in a few new c

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Hot on the heels of the Xenium X500 comes another low-ender from Philips, this one christened the E100. The budget-minded handset boasts a simplistic 1.8-inch 160 x 128 resolution display, GSM / GPRS support, inbuilt FM radio, a whopping 2MB (yes, megabytes) of integrated memory, a microSD card slo

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We weren't terribly impressed by the iriver E100's size or functionality, but at $110 for a 4GB player with this size of screen, it's certainly hard to complain. For $50 more you can get an 8GB player, and both sizes come in pink, black, blue and brown and white flavors. You can pick it up now at A

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We just got a special surprise on our doorstep this afternoon in the form of an E100 from iriver. You've already seen the review, so we won't bore you with a full rehash, but suffice it to say that this thing is well built but feels suspiciously lightweight -- not to mention inexplicably thick. The

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As any true iriver aficionado would realize, just because one of its device isn't yet available in the US doesn't mean that it's not being thoroughly enjoyed elsewhere. Case in point: the E100, which was recently loosed in Europe, has already been acquired, photographed and reviewed by the cats ove

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We're not exactly sure what the special event is -- Breast Cancer Awareness Month isn't until October -- but we suppose you can celebrate the joy of pink whenever the mood strikes. Iriver is busting out pink versions for a bunch of its players, including the clix, MPlayer, D5 and recently-launched

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iriver unveiled a whole bunch of hotness at this year's CES, so you'll have to pick your next player from them wisely... lest you end up buying the whole lot. That said, we're not sure the E100 would be our first choice, but it's certainly no slouch in the looks or specs departments, and it's hitti

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Prior to today, it had certainly been a hot, hot minute since we'd heard a peep out of GETAC, but here we are peeking the firm's second new product in as many days. The E100 tablet PC weighs in at just three pounds, but this dainty gizmo reportedly meets MIL-STD-810F and IP54 standards for \"durabili

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Announced a few days ago, iriver is now showing off the 2.4-inch E100 flash player with stereo speakers to the world. Its D-click navigation sits atop 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB of storage which is augmented by a microSD slot. We'll try to hunt these down for a hands-on later in the day.%Gallery-13219%

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If iriver's PMP lineup isn't quite extensive enough for you yet, the E100 and LPlayer might fill that void in your heart where a QVGA screen should be. Both players take a cue from the Clix+ and offer D*Click navigation, along with 320 x 240 screens, FM tuners and voice recorders. The E100 rocks a 2

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