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iRiver T10 review

It's quirky, it's yellow and it's not that good

Our Verdict

There are far better ways to spend £70 than on this player


  • Difficult to find anything


  • Out of date
  • Poor screen and navigation

It's never a good start when you have to upgrade a piece of hardware's firmware as soon as you take it out of the box, but unfortunately, that's exactly the position we found ourselves in when we unwrapped the chunky T10.

Attempting to copy anything to the player in its natural state resulted in it crashing, leaving us with just the hilarious preloaded MP3 to listen to.

It's also got a cramped screen and rubbish interface, making navigation difficult. Not a great device.