Summary: I downgraded to this little player from an iPod simply because I couldn't stand having to deal with using iTunes to store my music. As far as I am concerned, ANY MP3 device that comes with it's own software to install on the computer is a no-go for me. No sale. I do not want to hassle with a program to sync my music every time. The great thing about this player is that it's so easy to sync music to it. Just plug it in your USB port and go to town.
Excerpt: The dual headphone jacks and long battery life make it a nice player for the kids to listen to in the car on a long trip but plan ahead because it takes over two hours to fully charge this little baby which does not include an ac adapter so you have to connect to a USB pc slot. One set of ear bud headphones is included. For under $30 this MP3 player is worth it especially if it is your first MP3 player .
Summary: I bought this little mp3 player from my local department store on sale for $30 and after an extra discount I walked out of the store only paying $25 and some odd change for it. It is fairly easy to hook up and download music once you get past the vague instructions included with it. It actually is a pretty nice sounding unit for the price, as it surprised me and surpassed my expectations on a much lower priced mp3 player.