Summary: This item is a replacement for one I lost. It allows me to use either it's 2gb memory or an SD card. I can put books on the internal memory and music on the SD card or visa versa. It's compact, simple and easy to manipulate.
Summary: Bought one of these to take to the gym with me so I wouldn't have to worry about breaking my smart phone or my Ipod touch. For the price you can't beat it. It is a little slow when changing songs, but I normally just put about 30 songs on it at once even though it could hold more.
Summary: I was looking for a good en-expense compact MP3 player with 6GB of storage capacity, about 1 year ago. Enter the GPX 2GB. I liked it so much I moved up to the 4GB GPX MW259B. Both these units have perform and held up well. The MW259B surprised me when I inserted a 16GB microSDHC card w/SD Adapter.
Summary: I had purchased this 2Gb model last year on sale for $15.00. I liked the additional SD card slot, my main consideration. The search feature is next to worthless as others have already noted. Also, the display does not stay lit for long. The sound quality is quite good for a little cheapie player.
Summary: I bought this Mp3 player because it was super cheap, I wish now that I had spent more for a better one. Where to start with my complaints? The Mp3 player runs on AAA batteries. The headphones suck, in fit and especially sound.
Summary: If you've been looking for a cheap MP3 player that fulfills basic needs, this is it. I've had everything from Archos to no-name players and they all have shortcomings. They all break prematurely, so why spend money foolishly? PRO: Remembers where it was stopped.
Summary: Needing a MP3 player to use while doing overtime last October, I came across this reasonably priced MP3 player. It does the job it is meant to do. I used it time and time again and had no problems. Depending on the battery you use, time may increase or decrease.