So after my saga with Cowon regarding my broken iAudio 7, they mailed it back to me. At first I had great plans to install Ubuntu on it and use that to occasionally boot up instead of Xandros on my Eee PC. But that didn’t really work. And I still find even eeeXubuntu to require… Continue reading What do I do with my crappy, broken iAudio 7?
My Cowon iAudio 7 crapped out on me after three months. I’m extremely disappointed, since both “official” (CNET and the like) and user reviews for it appear to all be positive. Well, I’m sorry to say that my experience is not. So either I happened to have the fluke lemon unit, or other people are… Continue reading Goodbye, Cowon; Hello again, Sandisk
Last week, I wrote a review of the Cowon iAudio 7 player, which I had just received. Now that I’ve used it for a week, I have a few things to add. In the past week of using the Cowon iAudio 7, I’ve discovered: There are absolutely no PDF manuals online explaining how to use… Continue reading Cowon iAudio 7 Review Addendum
A little backstory Last week, my 256 MB Sandisk player died. I really liked that player. It was ugly, and it didn’t support free formats, but it was functional and small. So I did quite a bit of online research on a replacement player. There were a few things I was looking for in a… Continue reading Cowon iAudio 7 Review (Ubuntu perspective)