Summary: I can live with using a stylus for the screen but the point of an MP3 player is to play music! Stupid thing freezes every other time I try to play my music and I have to try and find a pin that fits in that fits in that little hole. Video is no better, sound cuts out almost immediately.
Summary: I bought one of these and returned it the next day. When I would try to scroll through the music I would swipe the screen and about ten seconds later it would react. I decided to bite the bullet and bought an iPod Nano and couldn't be happier. You get what you pay for I guess.
Summary: I have no issues with the touchscreen. I use a stylus and it responds just fine. Image and video quality are decent , I use XVID avi as my main video format. ebooks read fine. Straightforward ,drag and drop. The only complaint is the headphone jack is abit finnicky.
Summary: It would be very unfair to give this device a bad rating simply because it doesn't compare to the higher-end products out there. People shouldn't expect to cheap out and pay next to nothing for an MP3 player and then expect it to be like an iPod touch or some other high end player. This device mimics the iPod touch. The screen isn't as responsive, and the image quality is fairly low, but it plays music well and gets the job done. For what it costs it is worth it.
Summary: I bought this one because I saw the 16GB capacity and I want an MP3 player for work. I definitely regret not doing my homework. I thought changing the equalizer settings would help the sound but every song had a strange echo behind it and sounded tinny. The touch screen wasn't a "touch" screen but a "press" screen that was impossible to get to work unless I used my fingernail. You have to push so hard that it distorts the screen. I thought it didn't work at all at first.