IAUDIO COWON O2 DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||7.5 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
IAUDIO COWON O2 DRIVER
Despite its plastic housing, the O2's construction feels sturdy and its shock-resistant Flash memory allows you to casually toss it into your travel bag without inducing a panic attack. The only two mechanical controls on the Cowon O2 are exactly the kind we like to see on touch-screen devices: The left side of the O2 includes a headphone jack near the top, a DC power input near the bottom adapter includedand a hinged door in the middle iAUDIO COWON O2 conceals the O2's mini USB port, SDHC card slot, and a pinhole reset switch.
The O2 doesn't offer any video-recording capabilities, however, so if you're jonesing for a portable AV recorder, you'll need to step up to iAUDIO COWON O2 Cowon A3. The O2 can't match the multipurpose wizardry of the iPod Touch, but it does offer a larger screen, memory expansion, and a ludicrous amount of native format support.
Other small hardware design details on the Cowon O2 include a quarter-inch square speaker grille on the back, a slender LED charging indicator on the top, a pinhole microphone located below the power switch on the right, and a loophole punched through the bottom right corner that can attach to the included fold-out kickstand that doubles as a stylus. To see the real design beauty of the Cowon O2, you'll need to take a look at its user interface. It takes a quick iAUDIO COWON O2 seconds to boot up the O2, at which point you'll see an attractive and spaciously arranged main menu screen that winks at the iPhone's rounded-square menu icons. Unlike Cowon's Q5W's or the Archos 5'sthe O2's main menu doesn't cram too much info onto the screen; rather, it offers five features in order of importance: Videos; Music; Pictures; Documents; and a Recent Files folder that gives quick access to any recently used media regardless of content type.
Large arrows above and below the five menu icons bring up the O2's settings options and lesser-used features such as a voice recorder, timer, notepad, and calculator. But more computer-savvy folk have more expansive needs. They flit iAUDIO COWON O2 different file formats as regularly as a WAG changes her shoes, and for them, the Cowon iAudio 02 is ideal.
Doesn't ooze sex appeal The Cowon doesn't exactly ooze iAUDIO COWON O2 appeal, and its on-screen icons and menus look dated too, but the 4. There's good clarity, colours appear rich and the player does a fine job of producing deep blacks, hindered only by a small trace of motion judder.
The iAudio 02's supplied headphones aren't overly comfortable: Do so, and iAUDIO COWON O2 Cowon picks up decent levels of detail, but dynamically, it still sounds too flat. The O2 will appeal to those who require a solid, dependable and seriously versatile machine.
Can Cowon's new O2 player give Apple and Archos a run for their more instantly desirable sibling, the iAudio S9, or Apple's iPod touch. The Good The Cowon O2 is an affordable and powerful portable media player with outstanding iAUDIO COWON O2 and video format support, a large.