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iRiver slims second-gen Clix

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iRiver's Clix 2 super-skinny digital media player - it's just 1.3cm thick in the middle, and even less at the edges - has come to the UK.

iRiver Clix 2 slimline media player

The player sports a 2.2in, 320 x 240 OLED screen mounted on top of the control switches, so pushing the display itself triggers actions. The Clix 2 provides all the media playback features you'd expect from a decent modern handheld - there's an FM radio and text display facility too - all accessed through a Flash-based user interface.

Storage comes courtesy of the other Flash: 4GB of it.

iRiver Clix 2 slimline media player

For which you'll pay £139 if you buy the Clix 2 from UK supplier Advanced MP3 Players, the first retailer we've heard from that has brought the player out over here.

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