Cowon iAudio E2
Excellent sound for its class.
Unique and stylish design.
Good build quality.
Sensible Ear Safe feature.
Good set of Equalizer Presets.
Sound and voice assisted controls.
Blind operation is difficult.
Average battery life.
Proprietary data cable.
By Whathifi.com on December 02, 2011
seems to have taken its design cue from those fobs used to open fancy dan keyless cars. The iAudio E2 is light, and both pocket- and keyring-friendly, and the size and finish make for an object that feels good in your hand. There’s no screen, so...60
By Good Gear Guide on April 20, 2010
The Cowon iAudio E2 is a solid, ultra-compact MP3 player that promises excellent quality sound in a stylish compact form factor at an affordable price....80
By PCWorld India on April 09, 2010
Stylish MP3 player that promises quality sound at affordable...80
By Expert Reviews on March 10, 2010
Cowon's E2 is a cheap MP3 player, but it's entirely outclassed by the competition....40
By IT Reviews on February 04, 2010
The iAudio E2's most redeeming feature may well be its appealing design, and while it's also quite cheap and would undoubtedly prove popular for casual users who enjoy peace of mind from keeping a dozen of their favourite albums on a keychain,...-
By Pocket-lint on January 29, 2010
The E2 is very nicely designed and can perform very well, but a lack of key features suggests it may have limited appeal Key specs3.5mm jack, MP3...70
By 5FWD on January 21, 2010
Sleeker than the Shuffle, with better sound, more support and a cheaper price. Move aside, Apple!Cowon iAudio E2 is tagged with Cowon iAudio E2 and Cowon. Select a tag (Cowon iAudio E2, for example) to find everything on FiveFWD about the subject....80
By Trusted Reviews on January 05, 2010
I know that some of us hate to admit it, but Apple’s dominance of the MP3 player market isn’t entirely undeserved. Despite stiff competition from Sony, Cowon and Samsung, the iPod touch remains a class-leader, while the iPod nano is one of...70
By ElectricPig.co.uk on January 01, 2010
The small player scores big, only losing a star for the cans and the...80
By TechTree on December 25, 2009
It's nothing new to see a pendant designed MP3 Player or for that matter, a player that is tiny. Earlier, it was the MPIO FL 350, then we saw the iPod Shuffle and the Samsung Pebble. All of these players featured a tiny design and are shaped to be...70