February 10, 2013
Supported from start to end by thorough form studies, usability analysis and creative exploration of different material applications, Iriver Discple D250 emerged as the well-received successor to Iriver’s former ‘education workhorse’. The Discple’s soft rounded shape is designed for comfortable handling inside classrooms or outdoors, and in combination with the muted colours conveys a professional subtle look, suitable for different kinds of educational and business environments. The user-friendly keyboard features physical hot keys for the most common interactions, making it much quicker to find specific dictionaries, and integrates seamlessly with the touchscreen-interface. Ultimately, the design provides a refined user experience, and accentuates essential interface functions with a shiny aluminum four-way key, while achieving enhanced visual differentiation to competitor products.
Designed by Roger Kellenberger, while at HaA Design Korea.
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