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We may still be waiting for iriver's WiFi-packing P35 PMP to make its first official appearance 'round these parts, but it looks like folks in Korea are now already getting upgrades to the player, with iriver recently rolling out a new 32GB model. That'll run you 488,000 South Korean won (or about

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June 11, 2009 at 1:59PM
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It certainly doesn't seem to have been in a rush to bring it to these shores, but iriver has now finally announced (in teaser form) that its P35 PMP will indeed be getting an official US release... this fall. That will version will obviously ditch the DMB TV found in its Korean counterpart, but it

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After a bit of a tease, the folks at reigncom have taken the wraps off their new P35 personal media player. Having mastered good product design long ago, iriver is now intent on bringing its interface and user experience up to snuff. After all, anyone can make a rectangular, touchscreen media box t

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iriver announced the P35 WiFi-enabled PMP just after CES with few details, but it looks like we're getting closer -- the company's just put up an interface teaser video with a countdown clock. From the looks of things, the UI will be pretty slick and touch-friendly, but it's hard to get a sense of

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Ah, ha! Now we're cooking with gas. iriver teased us here at CES with a few ho hum offerings, but the real punch comes courtesy of its new networked line of devices. The outfit is getting super official with its long (long!) awaited W10 WAVE WiFi phone, which will boast a 3-inch WQVGA (480 x 272) t

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LG's gone thin and lovely today with this their new mini-sized X820. She's one of the first to ship with Intel's P35 \"Bearlake\" motherboard and 2.13GHz E6420 Core 2 Duo proc with 4MB cache, 1 GB DDR2 (right, not DDR3) 667 memory, 512MB of GeForce 7650GS graphics, 500GB disk, and DVD writer. Now if

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Those of you that have been itching to see just how well the first batch of Intel P35 \"Bearlake\" motherboards perform can now rest a bit easier, as the first reviews and benchmarks are finally starting to trickle in. From the looks of it, HotHardware is among the first to do the honors, getting the

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