Summary: Pros: Sleek and attractive design, cheap Cons: Will not turn on unless it has a constant connection. Really bad headphones(expected that), very gravel-like sound quality even with great headphones, really dumb placement of volume and menu button, supposed to be viewed from landscape view.
Summary: Pro: Bright screen, SD expansion, stop watch, calendar, calculator, easy interface although the the buttons are little annoying because some have two functions depending on how long it's pressed. Con: --Terrible sound even with expensive headphones (muffled). -- Device has already crashed and I've only had it for 30 mins. -- no hold switch because it does a bunch of things for a low price I can't give it a 1 so it gets a 2.
Summary: I'm happy with it. It has micro sd card slot which is very important to me. I can move music etc to any device with a micro card. Also has 4gb to keep my favourite stuff always on it. Easy to use. IT's not an ipod and isn't priced like one so don't expect that kind of performance from it. This is hundreds of dollars less. Great for audiobooks. The speaker isn't good, and the audio through headphones or stereo is just okay.
Summary: This mp3 player's normal EQ settings sounds like pure ROCK EQ settings. I also notice the USB charge screen has a guitar on it. Me I'm a HIP-HOP type of guy and I love my bass, which this is seriously lacking. The DBB(DoubleBassBoost) EQ setting will distort any track. The best setting I found that seems to be good for all tracks without distortion is CLASSIC. But there are more positives than negatives.