The Rio600 is almost like the sports coupe of the Rio series. It is styled with an organic flair, using a curvaceous design, more sporty materials, and a fun and full featured LCD display. As further proof of the fun nature of the player, the Rio600 has removable faceplates that can be interchanged with aftermarket plates of varying colour so that you can give your player a different personality. The review sample we received uses a blue faceplate, but you can instantly expand your colour choices with Diamonds RioTone Faceplate 3 pack. This is basically more of a showy sort of attraction, but with people buying aftermarket cell phone button replacements, case replacements and other customizing accoutrements.
When you turn the player on, you can get an idea of just how much thought and effort was put into the players underlying software because you are greeted with two info screens that tell you the players memory and battery status. The battery status was truly impressive, with a resource bar indicating the percentage of battery life left, and a textual indicator estimating how much play-time you had left. I love it. And so did everyone that I showed the player to.
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