Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music.
Summary: I have being using an iPod nano in my car for awhile & sounded good ( I did not know any better). I was ready to upgrade for one with more memory, I research around & there was a brand new Sony "walkman" mp3 in the market with awesome feedbacks from users ( interface, layout, weight, battery staying...
Excerpt: I love this little mp3 player. Really sleek and the main body is made from high grade metal which is a lot more scratch proof than plastic. What makes this device special is it's separate remote control that can clip on to your clothes while the main body sits in your pocket and still gives you full...
Pros: Sound quality, battery life, radio, microphone, ease of use
Excerpt: When i decided to buy an mp3 player I immediately looked at the ipod and read many reviews about it complaining of things such as a short battery life and the cost. I searched the internet looking for a cheaper, better alternative to the ipod.
Pros: Outstanding value for money and extremely slick design
Excerpt: This is one amazing machine. It is small light and very very stylish with a metal casing finished in metalic colours (mine is gunmetal grey). I have is the 20Gb version but there is a 40Gb one with the same physical size.
Pros: Multi - use; very very stylish; light; robust
Cons: controls on the remote can be fiddly for we old codgers . Don't always work as expected .