Summary: this device is great. i too had one, same specs and brand. i paid $25 back in 2003 right before i went to iraq! you want over $300???? WOW! it's only 128MB! get in with todays pricing for something this small! i believe walmart has the 2GB version for under $50!
Summary: Wow, can you remember when you thought 128 was plenty of space? It really wasn't that long ago! Anyway, hasn't failed me in years...I still have a few MP3 files and podcasts that live there, and use the flash drive to store a few important files as backup.
Summary: I see many others complaining about the product, but I have had no problems. The player is easy to load songs, they play good, and it is durable. I've had it for about a year now and no issues. Only minor complaint could be that the battery cover can come loose.
Summary: I purchased a Creative MuVo 128 NX about six months ago. Since then it has seen moderate use (2-3 hours a week) and I have no complaints. You get just what it says: a truly tiny MP3 player that holds a couple hours worth of songs.
Summary: This is a great little gadget at a good price. Thumbdrives are replacing floppies and the fact this has that options is great. Just pop it in the USB port and bam, a new drive pops up on "my computer." The folder options is a plus but can be better. It only recognize up to one subfolder level.
Summary: I bought this player a week ago, when I opened the box I was suprised for all the stuffes that comes with it...software, belt, two colors battery bases, etc. I plugged it in my portable and copied some music.
Summary: I love this product. I searched for a long time for a small MP3 player I could take to the gym with me. I read a ton of reviews and decided to take a chance with this one. I purchased this item 4 months ago and no complaints at all. I run and workout 5 times a week for 1-2 hours.
Summary: The MuVo NX is the big brother to the MuVo NOMAD. The new features included make using this MP3 player an absolute breeze. There's now an LCD screen with backlight, which, despite the odd inaccuracy with the timing and the average brightness of the light makes selecting songs much easier.