Summary: 5 stars over-all for a good quality player. 4 stars for ease of use because most people have much bigger fingers than I do, and the buttons are very little. 5 stars for sound quality. Compare it with an iPod and the iPod sounds like someone crinkling a wrapper through a phone line.
Summary: I needed an inexpensive mp3 player to play music as well as some instructional audio that I was using. I really did not want something expensive with lots of bells and whistles but I wanted something easy to use. This player was what I needed.
Summary: I love Creative products, they are so easy to use. I was most impressed with my first purchase some years back and I'm a rock solid fan! All three of my children own and enjoy Creative players.
Summary: Stylish, inexpensive, works well, great features. What more could I ask for? How about a wall charger that doesn't cost the same thing as the mp3 player? Turns out my regular wall chargers don't work on this one and the one I did find was just about the same cost as the mp3 player.
good clearance deal, good quality sound, okay interface
J. Rupe, Amazon
29 October 2009
Summary: Bought this because it was on super clearance, and both my ipod and zen just died. Don't like the software for podcast management, as I have to do a lot of that manually now. But the sound quality is good, especially if you get better headphones.
Summary: My wife is happy with this. It does the job it is supposed to do. Somehow I missed the fact that this is a "lite" version of the Mozaic; it does not have a built-in speaker or an FM radio. It also has an annoying issue with not displaying the album art for the songs.