Diamond Rio 600

80

Based on 8 reviews

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About the Product

This MP3 player has 32MB of Flash RAM built in, expandable to 372MB. It can play MP3 and WMA files and uses USB to transfer files from the PC. It weighs 2.4 oz and is powered by one AA battery.

Reviews

Diamond Rio 600 Reviews Rating: 66 out of 100 based on 6 ratings. 13 user reviews.

User Reviews

review score by date
NO support NO Memory BackPacks 6.4/10 Josh May 25, 2003
Rio 600 (64MB) 10/10 cloggydog Feb 6, 2003
Questionable 4.2/10 SNICK Jan 16, 2003
Buzzzzzzz 4/10 Saul Apr 15, 2002
Win98 2/10 Tom Hannon Mar 20, 2002
I had the same fault as Stealth! 2/10 JorJorMogBoi Mar 1, 2002
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Meta Reviews

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3D Game Force 7/10 Nov 22 '00
Electic Tech 7.66/10 Jul 26 '00
Hardware Central 5/5 Nov 27 '00
Hardware Zone 3.5/5 Aug 17 '00
Maximum PC 6/10 Aug 23 '00
Neoseeker 85% Oct 04 '00
Tech Zone 8/10 Dec 18 '00
Technoyard 93% Nov 17 '00
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Diamond Rio 600 Roundups and Shootouts

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Diamond Rio 600 Review Fast Graphics -- Aug 24 '00
Diamond Rio 600 Review IT Reviews -- Nov 27 '00
Diamond Rio 600 Review ZDNet -- Nov 30 '00

3D Game Force on Nov 23 '00

"For the Rio600, Rio has ditched the boring, rectangular shape it used with previous models in favor of a curved and sexier shape. With the addition of snap-on faceplates that you can purchase, Rio..."

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Electic Tech on Jul 26 '00

"The Rio 600 Digital Audio Player brings some great new advancements to the Rio product line. The portable itself is great with an awesome new look and useful functions. The 32 MB standard internal..."

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Hardware Central on Nov 27 '00

"Along with the Rio 600 device, comes a USB cable and a CD containing the Rio Audio Manager software. The purpose of this package is to rip tracks from an audio CD, and encode them in either MP3 or..."

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Hardware Zone on Aug 17 '00

"The Rio 600 seems like a product targeted as an entry level MP3 player designed for the trendy and young at heart. At least the industrial design seems to suggest that. It is light and has the..."

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Maximum PC on Aug 22 '00

"The 600's svelte, grippable shape and rubbery coating are easy on the eyes and hands, and the shell's faceplate snaps off and can be replaced with others in different (currently unannounced)..."

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