Although it works fine. It is very flimsy and far cry from Apple iPod
19 November 2013
Summary: Although it works fine. It is very flimsy especially the battery compartment. The buttons are tiny and the display and the menus are difficult to use. It's a far cry from Apple iPod. I think I wasted my money on it instead of saving money.
Summary: Yes the battery died, after about 5 years... I looked at newer players, but didn't find any that were the same size and features that I liked, especially at a low price. So we started shopping for replacement batteries, they were over $20. I then found a new player for $30, so just bought the whole thing. My wife uses the player several times a week, so over 5 years, it's been very, very good.
Summary: Very difficult to use and constantly....CONSTANTLY shuts off on its own in the middle of my workouts. If you plan on using this while sitting still it may work better but with the slightest movement it shuts off. The user interface is very poor. I expected more for my $[...] and all the good reviews.
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. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
Summary: Creative normally makes good products, but I didn't even have this player a year and the plastic flap that covers the battery chipped off (even after taking care of it well) resulting in my many problems. At first I thought it was my headphones, but I went through three new sets, and the mp3 player still sends input to the left headphone on and off... The headphones work in other mp3 players just fine.
Summary: I cant believe that I have never written anything on here for the MuVo Slim. I got it back in early 2005 when it was came out with a great review in one of the computer magazines. At that time it was somewhere around almost $200 for a HUGE 256mb player that was smaller in size (not mb)than most other players and I didnt want to pay almost $300 for the 512mb. It is about 1/4" thick and is the size of a creditcard in width and height.
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised by this device. It's controls are simple, and not too bad even for big hands. The earphones are actually quite good, but as I'm mostly a metalhead, I'll probably want some with larger magnets. The custom EQ setting on this thing actually works, I got quite a nice mix with even pretty nice bass response, as well as cymbal definition, and it hangs in there even at higher volume levels.