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iRiver goes clamshell for D25 MP3 player

Don’t get it twisted, this latest offering from iRiver isn’t an ultraportable laptop, despite what its QWERTY keyboard might indicate. Instead, the D25 is just another MP3 player, except it happens to throw in a dictionary for good measure. You know, ’cause we all know how hip and cool correct spelling is.

Because of the fold-out design, they managed to find enough room for a 4.3-inch color LCD display. Despite having a reasonably large screen, there’s no mention of a video player on board. Instead, you get music, FM radio, games, and a text/photo viewer.

You’ll find 1.3GB of flash memory stashed inside with the option of expanding your storage via the SD card slot. Powered by a lithium-battery and measuring 5.3 x 3.7 x 0.8 inches, the iRiver D25 will hit the streets of Korea next week for $400 a pop.

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