Available in 2GB ($157), 4GB ($191), 8GB ($250) varieties, the X20 features a 2.2-inch TFT-LCD display, microSD card slot, built-in FM tuner, and up to 22-hours of continuous playback on a single charge. Video overview after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

The iriver X20 won’t appeal to everyone, though. For starters, it’s big and chunky compared to the nano, Zen V Plus, and Sansa e200 series. It’s also got that dust-magnet of a control wheel, arguably cheap toy-like look, limited photo functions (no slideshow or wallpaper functions), no OTG playlist creation, and no games

[via Pocketables]

Available in 2GB ($157), 4GB ($191), 8GB ($250) varieties, the X20 features a 2.2-inch TFT-LCD display, microSD card slot, built-in FM tuner, and up to 22-hours of continuous playback on a single charge. Video overview after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

The iriver X20 won’t appeal to everyone, though. For starters, it’s big and chunky compared to the nano, Zen V Plus, and Sansa e200 series. It’s also got that dust-magnet of a control wheel, arguably cheap toy-like look, limited photo functions (no slideshow or wallpaper functions), no OTG playlist creation, and no games

[via Pocketables]