Summary: I like the display screen. I like the color. It's really easy to upload songs from Windows Media Player on the computer. The downside is the buttons, it's difficult to scroll through the songs.
Summary: I like that it is compact, also inexpensive. I don't like the fact that I have to keep buying AAA batteries. But it is easy to keep up with because of the string that goes around your neck. I bought it because I got one as a gift 2 years ago and bought memory cards for it, then mine started to malfunction, so I bought another one.
Summary: I bought the Coby Mp3 player for my nephew's birthday, who is 8. I felt that it would be perfect for a boy of his age. He loves it! This one is different from other MP3's that I've had - it takes a AAA battery instead of having an internal battery.
Summary: I bought this Mp3 player as something cheap to use while skiing so I wouldn't have to use my expensive one and risk breaking it. I wouldn't recommend this product to anybody. 256MB is only about 50 songs, which you have to scroll through yourself. There is no menu to find certain songs you want to listen to. After a few weeks, mine started speaking giberish. If I went to the menu, it would look something like SJ#$#@^%(JFS.
Summary: It's a good product. I never had any problems. The only thing it is lacking is maybe all the extra little menus, and sorting capabilities, but even then it works just like what it should. Very good for it's price range. The Mini SD capability is pretty cool too.
Summary: Bought it to use for mp3 to replace a CD player for the road. Tried it to record my band and after finding the right settings, this thing is a great little recorder. I can record gigs, no gear to mess with and download it to my computer, burn CD's, etc. Tried other brands and they cant even come close as recorders. Cant beat it for the bucks, and sounds better than the CD player it replaced, too. Only complaint is the ear buds were HUGE!
Summary: What do you want an MP3 player for? To listen to music, right? Well, this little unit does just that and more. The earphones were a little uncomfortable, so I bought a set of Skull Candy earphones with an inline volume control for $10 and I'm set. The nice thing about this unit is that it takes an SD memory card, so you can upgrade from the 256MB it comes with.