AnythingButiPod has a comprehensive review of the 4GB iRiver Spinn. Priced at $250, the gadget has more features than the iPod Nano. As a reminder, the player sports a 3.3-inch AMOLED with touchscreen 480×272 resolution and haptic feedback function. It can play most of famous audio and video file formats. The iRiver SPINN also provides 24 hours audio playback, an FM radio, flash game, Bluetooth 2.0, photo, text viewer, voice recording T-DMB, and video at 30 frames per second. Here is the conclusion.
Earlier I mentioned that I started to lose faith in iriver due to a recent bout of subpar MP3 and PMP players. The SPINN has renewed that faith and placed iriver back in the game. The SPINN offers something very unique to a very crowded market. The UI is fun, the design is solid, and the screen is bleeding edge tech. That said, I can no doubt give the SPINN a positive endorsement for the price-insensitive buyer since this is a premium product with a price tag to match; the 4GB version starts at $250. I don’t feel that this price is a sign of a brand name premium, but rather that the price reflects quality hardware and design. The SPINN is not for the bargain shoppers, but it is for those looking for a unique product in the MP3 player crowd.