There are plenty of people in Hong Kong who are willing to say 'iWon't' to the iPod, and for this group of diehards there are hundreds of other MP3 players on the market, many offering stylish form factors with innovative interfaces and features. One choice is the cutely named Clix, from South Korean company iRiver. This 4-gigabyte flash MP3 player costs the same as the 4GB nano but offers a lot more functionality in its small, 6.8cm x 4.6cm x 1.5cm frame. For starters, it has a 5.5cm screen as opposed to the nano's 3.8cm. So, aside from listening to music, you can download and play a variety of flash games, display JPEG photos and watch videos in MPEG-4 format (limited to QVGA resolution and 15 frames a second) and the 'D-Click' visual interface is easy to use. The battery life is 25 hours when listening to music. Other standard features include an FM radio and a voice recorder. The optional cradle pack makes syncing with Windows Media Player a no-brainer and includes a wireless remote control. Take a look at see if the Clix clicks for you.