Cowon iAudio V5 Driver
Cowon iAudio X5 20L 20GB. 5 Reviews. 20GB Storage; FM radio function. Cowon iAudio V5 32GB. No reviews yet. 32GB Storage; Video player function. Cowon's V5 has been out and about in South Korea for just over two months Amazing audio qualityGreat battery lifeFantastic video player. PIM product data: Cowon iaudio V5 Must MP3-/MP4-mängijad iaudio V5 - cm (") TFT LCD x, WVGA(mln), 16Gb, 20Hz - 20KHz.
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Cowon iAudio V5 Driver
Cowon iAudio V5 Similar to the S9 and A3 units that we've reviewed in the past, the V5 is simply stunning from every angle -- and it ships in some pretty swank packaging to boot. Cowon is a Cowon iAudio V5 of design, and in our estimation, doesn't get nearly the credit it deserves here in the States. Our test model was a white 16GB edition, though a black version will also be available alongside 8GB and 32GB variants.
As far as resistive screens go, this one is about as responsive Cowon iAudio V5 they come, though we're definitely grateful for the included keyfob that allows you to hit those minuscule "X" icons and the like when digit presses just won't register. The volume rocker on the side is positioned well, as is the 3. We were also appreciative of the integrated speaker, and while it's definitely on the quiet side, it's soothing to hear input confirmation beeps coming from the unit's rear. Portable devices such as this are often Cowon iAudio V5 in during last minute trips, and having to remember two cables including one to transfer media on and off of it is asking a bit much.
Would it have killed Cowon to include a mini-USB socket underneath the volume Cowon iAudio V5 User interface In our opinion, the user interface is a marked improvement over the A3 that we tested in early Cowon managed to fit quite a few soft buttons onto Cowon iAudio V5 music panel, but amazingly, it doesn't feel cluttered.
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It's a Cowon iAudio V5 to scroll up and down your playlists, and it's easy to jump in and out of the EQ settings or to add a track to your Favorites list. In fact, we love just how many things you can do with a single press in the Music menu, but one of the most rudimentary things requires two clicks: If a track is playing, you have to hit the Files icon and then the Folder Back icon; we would've loved to see a shortcut here for jumping back two steps with Cowon iAudio V5 one push, but again, this is pretty minor in the grand scheme of things.
Audio and video playback quality Here's what you really came here for, and if you were crossing Cowon iAudio V5 fingers and hoping for the best, you can go ahead and let out that sigh of relief. The lack of WiFi connectivity is a bit of a downer and may prove to be a deal-breaker. The rated battery Cowon iAudio V5 is a whopping 45 hours. The body measures x82x However, it is still portable and will still fit in your jeans pocket.
Clad in refreshing white plastic, the Cowon iAudio V5 of the Cowon Cowon iAudio V5 is mainly occupied by the 4. The left side is the most crowded — it has 3. Rounding it off, is a lanyard hole at the bottom corner. Of the 27 icons filling up the interface, only five are active — Media, Utility, Office, Game and Settings.
Cowon V5 review
Tapping these active icons gives a pop-up window with further options. Once again, the interface design is not the sleekest but will get the job done. Media playback controls are well laid Cowon iAudio V5, and adding tracks to your favourite list and scrolling through playlist is done easily.
However, browsing through the list of folders is a bit tedious and this also depends a lot on how you load the songs on the device. Folder play support is one nice option and it lets us load all the songs in the playlist including the subfolder contents. Cowon iAudio V5
Scrolling through the list of songs was a bit sluggish and hampered our experience. The touchscreen is responsive and there were only a few instances when touch was not registered. Overall, the experience is not great but acceptable.
There is nothing really that pose a problem but changing the OS with more polished interface will surely enhance the overall experience Cowon iAudio V5 device functionality. Employing the Android OS will do the trick for Cowon.
Video Playback The Cowon V5 excels in video playback. The Cowon V5 did an excellent job handling these videos. It did not stutter a bit while loading up videos and scanning through the clips.