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"Enter in the newly released HipZip portable MP3 player. This new device uses the re-named Clik! (now PocketZip) media and runs an embedded OS called Dadio (Digital Audio) from a company called Iobjects. Dadio controls the functions of the unit and the disk I/O to the PocketZip media."
"The Iomega HipZip is well-designed in terms of ergonomics--its shape fits nicely into an open palm, and operating the device is a breeze. The HipZip also comes with a cool-looking carry case with belt clip which was designed by Body Glove. It fits snugly in its carrying case, except that you'll find the case slot opening for the headphone jack a little bit small."
"I tested the player with some of my own tracks ¡V a varied assortment of music genres ranging from hip hop, to jazz, and R&B. The playback was lively and detailed. The soundstage was clear and wide. I was extremely pleased with the sound from the pairing of the Koss headphones and the HipZip."
"Particularly impressive was the player's well-organized, full-featured interface, which is designed by Iobjects and uses the Linux-based Dadio Digital Audio Operating System. The adequate LCD screen displays all relevant information, including battery life and volume control bars, track number, title and artist, song length, and equalizer and playback settings."
"Overall, the HipZip is an extremely nice device, with the PC interface and sound quality as the high points of the drive. The biggest low point of the drive is the headphones, which unfortunately weren't up to the job. If you intend to purchase this drive, make sure you get or already have a good set of earphones or headphones."
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