Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 6th May 2007 18:02 UTC
Multimedia, AV Everytime we feature a multimedia device review here at OSNews the question is always the same: "...but does it support OGG?". Well, this time we do have such a device in our lab to test out for you. sent us in the iRiver E10, a powerful multimedia music and video player.
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RE[4]: Drag and Drop
by kaiwai on Sun 6th May 2007 23:12 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Drag and Drop"
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Still... you need to install something... opposed to UMS, when everything just works and you can use you player as a portable storage too. Also, it's more future-proof.

How is it future proof? MTP and PTP are fully documented specifications - the use isn't decreasing, in fact, the opposite is occurring.

As for the iPod - they only use it to speed up file browsing/scanning/searching - if you've ever used UMS based music devices or RockBox, you'll notice lag when browsing music.

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RE[5]: Drag and Drop
by JrezIN on Tue 8th May 2007 14:05 in reply to "RE[4]: Drag and Drop"
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I don't think MTP and PTP can really compare on usage with FAT and NTFS... And I'm sure both are more future-proof then MTP and PTP.

I do use a UMS audio device and there's no lag for browsing at all.
It's all about the implementation.

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