Audio has grown in quite a short period of time, from a little-known brand, to one of the most highly regarded MP3 Player models. For this to have happened there surely has to have been a number of features setting it apart from the pack, because – after all – the I Audio MP3 player started at basically the same point with all the other MP3 player models; on the race towards becoming the first choice of MP3 player for the consumers. One of the features that sets the Cowan I Audio mp3 players aside from the pack has to be its wide and robust file support functionality. As it turns out, the Cowan I Audio MP3 player supports a great variety of music file formats. Leading to a situation where we end up with a vast variety of music files available, and therefore a situation in which the best mp3 players has to be the one that supports the greatest variety of individual music file formats.
Sleekness is another feature setting I Audio MP3 player aside from the pack. Measuring about 3 inches (length) by 1.3 inches (width) by 0.7 inches (thickness), the Cowan I Audio mp3 players is a gadget that fits perfect in the palm the average person’s hand, and a gadget that one can comfortably carry in their shirt or trouser pocket. I Audio manufacturers seem to have quickly come to the realization of the fact that we are living in a size-obsessed society, and that ‘smallness’ is equated with ‘cuteness’ as far as MP3 players and other similar gadgets go.
Incidentally, Cowan I Audio’s sleekness translates into lightness in weight, another feature behind I Audio mp3 players’ attractiveness. Thanks to its weight at what seems to be less than 100 grams, Cowan I Audio is the type of gadget whose presence in your pocket you don’t even notice until you get to using it. By the way, this sub-100-gram weight of the I Audio MP3 is inclusive of the small sized battery that the MP3 player uses to power its operations.
For screen choice, the Cowan I Audio MP3 player makers chose to go with a four-line LCD. And by sacrificing some unnecessary features that tended to clutter the front space of previous mp3 players models, the makers of the Cowan I Audio mp3 players are able to come up with what turns out to be a considerably large viewing space (at least comfortable for all ordinary MP3 Video viewing), without making the gadget unnecessarily huge.
Mp3 Players have in a relatively short period of time grown to be many peoples’ first choice of digital audio playing devices. It is not hard to see why. Starting from their trendy model names (from I River Spin to I river Cylix and I River Cylix Rapsody), I River MP3 players are designed with the image of the user in the mind, perhaps keeping in mind that one of the reasons we buy MP3 players, to be honest, is to look trendy. And I River MP3 players, as anyone who has come across them – even the earliest models of them – will concur, certainly don’t fail in the ‘looks department.’
But I River MP3 players, as one gets to know when they use them, are not ‘all looks and no brains,’ as these MP3 players that ace all the practical MP3 player tests (with regard to things like sound quality, comfort of use and functionality) rather well. The first of the practicalities in which the I River MP3 player does well in is file support, coming as it does with robust file support for MP3. This becomes manifest, to the user, though I River’s ‘lossless audio’ properties, which ultimately manifest through a remarkably good sound quality; the main feature a pragmatic MP3 player shopper would surely be looking for.
Another practicality in which the I River MP3 player do well in is button arrangement, which while seemingly a petty consideration is the greatest undoing for quite a number of other MP3 player models, which come with poorly placed ‘button-work’ making fidgeting with the gadget a test of physical-mental co-ordination and dexterity. Of course, the buttons on the I River MP3 are accessories one might actually never have to use at all – except, may be, for the ‘on/off’ button, for reasons explained later.
I River’s huge screen (with touch-screen functionality in the latest models) is another huge alluring factor for this MP3 player. It is mainly thanks to this touch-screen functionality that one may never have to use the gadget’s button work, as alluded to earlier, as software beneath the touch-screen functionality handles all the tasks one would have been forced to handle physically with their fingers.
It is notable that the I River’s huge screen is made for by sacrificing some of the superfluous features on other MP3 player models, so that at the end of it all, we are able to have a huge screen size without having to increase the overall size of the gadget. Huge screen size, of course, makes for comfortable viewing of the MP3 videos – something people are increasingly demanding for in their MP3 players.