Summary: I like the all night talk show "Coast to Coast". When the discussion is one that interests me I download it to my "ELEMENT" mp3 player to listen whenever I like. I also download interviews and discussions on "You Tube" to listen at my convenience. Great little device for the price.
Summary: this is definitely not an ipod, and some people seem to have problems operating it but once you know how to work it all the problems I've read in other's reviews are gone, all the music selections are slow but other than that I've had no problem there, I usually put it on shuffle and if you load all...
Summary: These things are pure junk. First, Mac (and linux) users can forget about them, they are Windows only ([...]). Second, they are AAA battery powered but you actually have to remove the battery before plugging into a computer (really!).
Summary: We bought this at Sears (I think only Sears and Kmart carry this). Then we bought a couple songs from Amazon.com. We like Amazon. Amazon has reasonable prices and no hidden fees. You can hear the songs, but the titles are in jibberish. We cannot tell which song is which.
Summary: My girlfriend got one of these as a Christmas present, and since she is not very technical, I had the task of putting some music on it and figuring out how to work it. Putting music on it wasn't too much trouble, just treat it as a USB memory stick.
Summary: I have written over 130 book reviews on Amazon to date. This will be my first consumer product review and unfortunately it is not a positive one. My mother purchased this product for my five-year-old son because he loves listening to my iPod.
Summary: The operation of this device is very convoluted. I have a number of MP3 players. They all have less memory then this one. When I was at KMart they ended up having it on special for half price. Basically $12.50 for a 2 gig memory stick was a heck of a deal.