Summary: I really like my MP3 player, it is small and comes with an arm band so I can work-out with it. My only complaint is that the battery compartment is a bit flimsy and the cover comes off all the time.
Summary: I was eyeing an ipod but had to obe content with my next best 'budget' bet - this muvo nx 256. It is great. Holds all my favourite music. I dont plan to make a trip so long as to require 10,000 songs, so the storage is just fine.
Summary: Well, got this for my birthday to work out with. I wanted a nice and small unit for jogging, that would hold at least an hour's worth of songs and work in Linux. Since I use Linux 100% of this time, this is great, because it just works!
Summary: This is the perfect small MP3 player. Easy to use, easy to work out with, what more do you need? Instead of having a big MP3 player clanging against your body like an IPOD while you are working out, you hardly know this one is even with you. Except for the fact the sound is great.
Summary: My biggest concern was the voice recording capability because I intend to use it during lectures at school. After trying it out, I'd have to say that I'm satisfied. The sound quality is great, and it's fairly easy to use. I also really like the storage capability.
Summary: People complain of the headphone's cable length being weird, but this is on purpose to wear on the arm. This allows one side to reach further behind the back (like a cell phone hand's free). Other than that, great size for working out.
Summary: I've had this MUVO NX for a little over a month, and it has proven to be a decent player. PROS: -Easy to use. -Overall sound quality is respectable with good headphones. -The battery will last 12 hours if allowed to play continously, but for "real world" use (i.e.
Summary: Ok guys or girls this will be a totaly honest review. I own an apple ipod also it is great for listening at home long trips and for its large amount of storage but sucks for working out and sports. So everything has its place .I just got my 256meg movo nx.