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 disassemble your own with nothing more than a Swiss Army knife and a couple of screw drivers. Although judging by the number of times they use the word "pry" or "prying", anyone wanting to keep their Clix looking like new (or keep their warranty) will probably want to steer clear. They also took apart the seemingly identical iRiver U10, finding that the Clix does in fact use a faster processor than the U10, which accounts for the increased responsiveness of the UI.
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