Summary: This little player is good for music or audio books. I use rechargeable AAA batteries, so when I'm out and about and a battery goes low, I just pop in another and keep going, unlike the players that require taking a player out of service for recharging.
Summary: I didn't care for this one. I found the Coby MP-320 to be much better. I liked this one because it takes a battery, but after a couple of weeks use, when I would push the volume up, it began to change songs. I couldn't get the volume high enough for my taste. I wouldn't recommend this one.
Summary: First of all, this can hold something like 900 songs. But for the love of God, DO NOT use that many files! It will be quite a pain in the lower back to navigate through them. However, if you keep it down to 100 songs or so, it really works nicely. It's very compact, but the earbuds suck.
Summary: I really like this little player. A nice simple design, and easy to operate, at a reasonable price. It uses a standard sized AAA battery which means you can simply replace it; unlike some chargers where you have to wait to recharge an internal battery and also throw away the player when the battery...
Summary: If I were to purchase another cheap MP3 players I might spend another $10-20 for one better reviewed, with a larger screen, and more 'normal' buttons.
Pros: Small and inexpensive. Battery life is pretty good especially for only running on 1 battery.
Cons: I figured it'd be a good deal since realistically I'd only use it a few times a year. But: -The screen is very tiny and you almost never see the full artist, song title or album name without out having to scroll the text. -The buttons have to be pressed very hard and are unpredictable. Because of...
Summary: I bought this player to go into my car to play through the mp3 adaptor as a cheap alternative to cd's and conserve space in the car. It works a treat, you also need a power adapter and a cable.