If you remember the B20 as one of the new DAPs and PMPs iriver showcased at CES 2007, then the only bit of news here is that it’s heading to Korea this week for the U.S. equivalent of $213 (2GB) and $267 (4GB).
If you don’t remember the DMB-enabled device, then we’d like to tell you about a new player that iriver announced today. It’s called the B20 and it’s got a 2.4-inch display (320 x 240, 260K colors), microSD card slot, Flash UI and games, text viewer, FM radio, and iriver’s usual onslaught of supported audio and video codecs. It relies on the same D-Click navigation system found on the clix2 and is equipped with an antenna that doubles as a stand for hands-free viewing of videos and photos.
The player is also slated for release in Japan, the UK, and France. No word at the moment on whether it’ll ditch its DMB capabilities for a U.S. tour, but we’ll keep you posted.