Summary: I bought the Nomad Muvo NX 256 over one year ago, and I loved it so much that I am upgrading to a TX 512. I love the fact that the USB connector is built right in. That was the biggest factor that influenced my decision to buy this unit. No cables to carry around (or lose), just plug it in and go. If I am at a friend's house, and they have a song I want, I can just plug into their computer and take it! It is SO EASY! You use it as you would any other removable drive.
Summary: This little thing is awesome. Basically, it is a Walkman, but about the size of cigarette lighter. It holds approximately 70 songs. I'm using it for running. First thing I did was ditch the ear-buds that came with it. Those things will never stay in while you're running. My old Walkman headset fit in the jack. Runs off 1 AAA battery.
Summary: I was looking for something to run with, help cope with the repetitive boredom, so I was looking for something small and light. I had searched a long time. This is the best for the purpose, IMHO. I have had it for many months now, still no problem. Likes: very light, comes with everything. can use as usb device, that is great! I really have use for it.
Summary: Saw this at a good price, decided to try it. It has worked great. Light, easy to use, good sound quality. Supports MP3 and WMA, drag and drop files on it. I could not be happier. There is one CON. The firmware upgrade process is brutal at best. I did get it to work, but not following the provided instructions on their website. Other than that, I love it.
Summary: I have owned several MP3 players including RCA's Lyra, Nike-Philips and a couple of variations of Rios. I am multisport and tend to be hard on equipment. I got this MP3 player two months ago and have been waiting for it to fall apart, but it has not. It is very easy to use out of the box, I love the direct USB attachment (no wires), it's functional, the arm band is great and I could not be happier with the sound, size and performance and especially the price.
Summary: This is the best buy that I have ever had on this site. I took it out, plugged it into my G3 and downloaded songs within 5 minutes. The earphones aren't of the best quality, but its still a great deal.
Summary: So, a little while ago I was in the market for an MP3 portable device. I pretty much ruled out the iPod (I'd rather be dead than cool) and the Creative Nomad. Even though these are top notch players, I felt they were just a little too big for the gym, which would be its primary use. After much research I decided to go with the Creative Muvo NX 256mb. I wanted more variety at the gym and the cost jump from 128mb to 256mb was minimal.
Summary: Okay, So this is the 4th MP3 player I purchased in the past month. I tried the Dell Juitbox 20G. A Samsung and a IPOD. I needed to take off a week of work to stay home and figure out the Dell. On my Harley the thing kept freezing and finally just bit the dust after 2 weeks. The Samsung would NOT let me download from Musicmatch WMA files. The IPOD was miserable to figure out menus.
Summary: As an owner of an Archos 30GB jukebox, which I love, I needed something that I could take a CDs worth of music with me while I work out. I bought this player and it is THE best thing I have ever taken with me. I can take about 2-3 CDs worth of music, put it on my arm while I run, exercise, etc. and it works beautifully. All the buttons are easy to reach on my arm.