It's a brick that'll last you for a long time, but isn't the best.
8 March 2013
Summary: I've had this thing for the past 6 years and let me tell you, it is a brick. Compared to new models you'll find these days, this will last you for a very, very long time. My biggest problem with it is that it only held like, 20 songs at a time (unless each one of your songs is about 30 seconds long, then you might be able to fit more) and there's no screen to tell you what you're listening to, at all.
Summary: I wish more simple mp3 players like this were on the market. It turns on, pauses, moves back and forth through your song list, changes volume, and turns off -- all with a simple push of a button on its front. You don't have to cycle through annoying menus, or deal with a screen that breaks when you drop it. We had one that lasted five years and then died, I was happy to find a replacement on Amazon.
Summary: No Bells - No Whistles - just pure simplistic music! I would never get another digital readout mp3 player just because I use this to work outside daily. It gets dropped, It gets wet, and still works! Also does double duty as a USB flash drive. If you want music on the run and don't have alot of cash this is the unit you want!
Summary: you can't even see what you're playing. the only way that i know of to shuffle through songs, well, you can't. you just can't. which kind of defeats the purpose of it having 2G of storage. all you can do is skip your songs song by song until you eventually (someday) get to whatever it is you're looking for. it's cheap and small and kinda cool in that it hearkens back to the days of cassette tape walkmen (in that it is so terribly inconvenient) -- but yeah.
Summary: I love this MP3 player. It's my son's 8 years old) and I use it too. It is so easy to download songs. No looking for cords! It has it's own USB. It does exactly what I need it to do, play songs!! No wasting money on those other expensive MP3s or Ipods. I highly recommend this.
Summary: this is my first mp3 player - it has been my traveling companion for about a year now - and i have mostly good things to say about it i use Windows Media Player to load the songs - it's called "syncing" - that's a bit of a chore to master - and i really haven't mastered it entirely - but i get songs on and off - which is the minimum requirement my biggest gripe is that the songs must be played in order - i can skip forward or backwards - but only one song at a time - if...
Summary: I've owned a couple of these, Coby MP200, both times, without dropping it, or getting it wet, they lasted a little while, then stopped working, so you're basically left with an awkwardly large mem-stick that can't play music. These really are very cheap, and you'd be much better off looking for a more quality product. Avoid!