Cowon's iAudio nano-baiter back in flash

We were knocked for six by the frankly stunning little screen on last year's diminutive iAudio 6 but remained a little wary of its spinning 0.85in har

We were knocked for six by the frankly stunning little screen on last year's diminutive iAudio 6 but remained a little wary of its spinning 0.85in hard disk. Now we can rest easy because Cowon's whipped it out and replaced it with trusty solid state flash memory instead.Dubbed the iAudio 7 it gets the same 'percentage' controller as the 6 and still screens movies on its small yet mighty, 260,000 colour 1.3in OLED display – take that nano.As there's no hard disk to spin it now runs lickety-split and we're promised a considerable increase in staying power, a stonking 60 hours of music playback in fact – take that again, lousy nano.4GB and 8GB iAudio 7s are on the way, we're just waiting for that crucial release date.Essentials Cowon iAudio 7Price: £TBAOn Sale: TBAContact: Cowon Related stories:  Samsung T9+ – revamped for wireless gaming  Reviewed: CowoniAudio D2  Cowon’s video-playing Nano