The Cowon A2 reviewed on p17 of the January 2006 issue will be marketed in Australia as the iAudio A2. We based our review on an product sample supplied to us from Taiwan, where it is marketed under the Cowon brand. Also, a firmware update released after the review was printed has now removed the 4Mp limit on stills, as well as adding a "Stop" function to the controls.
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