Summary: I received this mp3 player for Christmas and have used it almost every day since. It holds about 135 songs, which is plenty for me and it's very easy to use. The software was simple to load and figure out and the player itself is just as easy.
Nice player for about 3 weeks, then died completely
Eric Wang, Amazon
28 November 2005
Summary: I found that although the display was too small, it had good sound quality and battery life. Which was okay, until it died completely. It will not work as a player but still works as a USB drive. Go figure.
Summary: I just got this player (it is 80 dollars at Cambridge Soundworks, by the way. 256MB version for 60 dollars) and am super psyched. The following attributes make this the perfect gadget for me: 1) Interfaces with Windows Media Player. No need to install additional software to my work or home machine.
Summary: It is extremely small, but it's a great player. It can be used to transfer data, as well as play music, and it has voice recording and an FM tuner. My one complaint is the lack of playlists; to group songs, they must be in folders on the file system, making putting a song in multiple playlists a...
Summary: This little player had better sound and features than I expected. I bought it from a Circuit City. It was a choice between this player and a Sandisk 512 MB player. After closely reading the back of the box of the Sandisk player, I realized that it used Musicmatch Jukebox software.
Summary: ive had the mp3 for a year now im still happy with it, it may not hold alot of songs but it has a built in radio and microphone which is a cool feature. latly i got another mp3 as a gift it was a "coby" it broke on the first day i had it becuase i was listening to jimmypage play the guitar with a...
Summary: Purchased one for myself, two as Christmas gifts. They work initially, then fail with in a week. Creative replaced the first one, now the replacement has failed. The two I gave for Christmas have failed also. Stay away from this disaster of a product.