Summary: Pros: The product itself is exellent. simple, easy to use, and effective for computer morons like me. doesn't require software, so you can take music off almost any computer, Small, compact and very convenient. Charges off your computer, so you save on batteries. This is the second i've owned, I bought it again because It was exactally what I wanted.
Summary: I got this mp3 player for free from my friend cause i put like 600 songs on his new ipod.. I have had it for about 6 months and its not to bad.. Strong areas: The battery life is not to bad last me about 8 hours and it charges in about 3. It has a ok sound, very small and durable you can barely even tell its in your pocket. Its pretty strong cause i have dropped it on hard floors.. And i skateboard while listening to it and i keep it in my pocket i have fell on it alot!!
Tanisha "a lover of books and finer things", Amazon
30 July 2006
Summary: I bought the DJ Ditty on discount for $69 because I wanted to try it out and see if I'd actually use it. As it turns out I use it quiet often. I haven't experienced the problems the other reviews have and I've had it for about 6-months. What I do hate is the low battery life and having to always plug it into my computer. I use Yahoo! Music Engine for my music and if you don't buy the song you have to plug the player in every month to renew the license. That's a pain.
Summary: Sound quality is very good and the Ditty is easy to to use. However the Ditty does not hold 220 songs like Dell claims. I have never gotten over 96 songs on it. The mp3 files would have to be 2.3MB to get that many songs on the 512MB Ditty, when the average song is 4 or 5MB. I'm disappointed that Dell lied about the capacity when they have such great products.