Summary: No doubt about it, this is an excellent mp3 player. I have owned many kinds of audio equipment made by Creative, and my favorite purchase is still some awesome Creative surround sound speakers I have hooked up to my computer.
Summary: Overall a good product. I had some hard disk errors at one point where I had to take the battery out to get it to turn off. It kept saying "rebuilding library" and then freeze part of the way through- but it seemed fix itself. The touch pad works well.
Summary: We all want an iPod, basically due to the accessory market. It seems that everything is geared toward that blasted thing. I personally have never been a fan of engineered product life cycles. It comes down to the part that is going to be replaced first, which is the battery.
Summary: There may be MP3 players with much larger capacity or that play video or do other things, but I don't really need any of those features/functions, and honestly, 6 gigs of music is plenty for my purposes.
Summary: I purchased this mp3 player back in 2006 and it worked faithfully for me for two years. The Good -the software is easy to use -the interface is not bad -the construction felt very sturdy -the music/picture quality was excellent The Bad -the touch pad was not as easy to use as the ipod wheel -the...
Summary: I bought this Mp3 player over an ipod nano over a year ago and still use and like it. It doesn't compare with the new nano's but is better than the previous generation of nano's. It's well built but still should have a protective case for the obvious reasons.
Summary: Good MP3 player once you get the hang of running the controls. Would recommend putting the sensitivity controls on the LEAST sensitive stting or you are always going past where you wanna be. Has done a very good job for me.
Summary: I must admit that I went to the store to pick up an ipod when the salesgirl asked me, "what do you need it to do". I hadn't thought about that, but when I told her; she suggested I check out the Micro.