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iRiver H10 first in Korea

The Korean division of iRiver has unveiled a 5GB hard drive based MP3 player that will attempt to take on Apple. Already off to a good start, the iRiver H10 has several features and functions not available on the iPod mini. With colour 1.5-inch LCD, an extra GB of storage, FM radio, voice recording, digital photo album display and text viewer program, the H10 will even support replaceable batteries, the standard battery will run for 12 hours.

Available in deep red, midnight blue, neo silver and slate grey, the H10 will ship on Dec 22nd in Korea for 363,000 won ($343 USD) but probably much less if brought to North America.

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