Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player Driver for Windows 10


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Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player Driver

It's not as big as the 5G iPod's 2.

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It can't store and play video, though, like the new iPod or Cowon's iAudio X5. The HDD's 2-inch screen is bright and colorful. But its Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player design does have a similar sleekness and gee-whiz factor, something we can't say about most WMA-compatible players.

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The player's smooth black face doesn't show any controls or buttons at first. When you power it up, backlit-blue buttons appear to show you your touch-sensitive input options. You'll get only the buttons that work with the menu you're on--so if you've scrolled all the way to the right, you won't get the Move Forward button, for example--which is a clever design and is reminiscent of the iRiver U10 and the Olympus M: It has three Playback buttons on the top, Forward and Back buttons on the sides, a scroll Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player in the middle, and Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player Menu button on the lower left.

The controls are so spread out--besides the already mentioned buttons, there are dedicated volume buttons on the right side, as well as a power and a hold slider button on the left--that it's hard to operate the player with one hand, as you can do with an iPod. When you power it up, backlit-blue buttons appear to show you your touch-sensitive input options. You'll get only the buttons that work with the menu you're on--so if you've scrolled all the way to Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player right, you won't get the Philips HDD6330/17B MP3 Player Forward button, for example--which is a clever design and is reminiscent of the iRiver U10 and the Olympus M: It has three Playback buttons on the top, Forward and Back buttons on the sides, a scroll bar in the middle, and the Menu button on the lower left.

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