The Goods The flash-based SPINN PMP uses iRiver's eponymous SPINN UI, which "combines warmth of analog controls" with digital content—apparently this means a wheel of some sort. It's stacked PMP-wise, otherwise: 3.2-inch 480x272 screen, FM tuner, flash, Bluetooth, dictionary and 30fps MP4 playback. The shell and UI are also really attractive for a PMP of this flavor, which are usually barely less ugly than glossy roadkill. The Catch: Um, are "analog controls" really a feature?
iRiver SPINN PMP Uses "Warm Analogue Controls" Whatever That Means
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