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We've already had a look at Samsung's most interesting camcorder introduction of the day (that'd be the HMX-U10), but those looking for a more conventional alternative may take interest in one of these two. The SMX-K40 and SMX-K45 both take a different approach to capturing clips by logging them at

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July 14, 2009 at 4:02PM

Last year, iriver introduced the clix, known as the U10 elsewhere. Well, the second gen model looks like it's hit the gym and slimmed down to a much more attractive exterior. Yeah, we could go on for hours about the stylish clix 2, the W10, the S10 or any of their other products they're flaunting

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What's this, a press shot of the rumored 4GB \"special black\" Clix perhaps? Well, that's what Swedish site Min Hembio is reporting and if true, makes for a notable bump to that hotly reviewed Clix (U10). Expected in Sweden at the end of this month for 2,499 Swedish Kronas or right around 338 of that

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Chinese ripoff artist DAP manufacturer Yue Qi knows that not everyone has $200 laying around to throw down on an iRiver Clix/U10, which is why the company thoughtfully stole licensed the popular design for its similar-looking LUCKYee LY-PM06. Even more amazing than the $50 and $62 pricetags for the

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We know the iRiver Clix DAP has its fair share of fans, so they may want to look away for this one, as the fearless folks at Anything But iPod rip into their precious device to see what makes it tick. And if you want to see for yourself, they've provided some clear step-by-step directions so you can

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If you like to buy products described by seasoned reviewers as \"very good,\" \"great,\" and \"excellent,\" then you'll certainly want to check out iRiver's 2GB Clix DAP if you're in the market for a player that screams \"iDon't.\" Everyone who's gotten his/her hands on iRiver's rebrand of followup to the U

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Farewell iRiver U10, hello iRiver Clix. It's the same device (well, this one's 2GB), but it looks like iRiver finally caught on to the fact that named products brand better and seem to sell faster than arcane alpha-numeric character combinations. Other than that this thing doesn't appear to be too

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We kind of wish iRiver Japan wasn't always skipping ahead of the rest of iRiver with their own 2GB players (except Korea, of course), but Engadget fav portable-portable media player U10 is topping off at 2GB over there now, too. It'll set you back ¥22,980 (about $200 US) when it launches the 26t

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With iRiver catching an increasing amount of attention for their U10, we took a few to shoot some footage of the device and discuss iRiver's future. Apparently its long-standing H10 series is on its way out, and they'll be heavily promoting the U10 and a line of players with a like design (such as

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