Summary: If the product would hold a charge it would be half way decent purchase. The price was right but as it is though, I can't even use it like I would like to. I will be calling J&R and making arrangements to send it back. It's a cheap Chinese imitation of the ipod Nano. Nice idea but didn't work for me. I cannot in good conscious recommend this product and I would not purchase it again myself.
Summary: I bought it as a first mp3 player for my young daughter expecting her to loose it. She can't even use it! It is not user friendly when it comes to loading music or trying to play music on it. The shell and controls feel cheap, which is pretty close to what I expected. After only a month though it stopped working; the unit will not hold a charge. The only way you can use it is if it plugged into a power source... not very portable.
Summary: The design for navigating albums and songs is awful, and the controls are very limited and hard to understand. They look like Ipod's control wheel, but there's no drag-thumb-in-a-circle feature to it, as in Ipod or Sansa. You can't go from one album to the next; you have to go through it one song at a time. You can't even click-click-click to advance fast through three songs; you have to click once, wait for the song to start, then click again, wait, etc.
Pros: Cheap, Sleek/Compact
Cons: Confusing Controls, Inflexible Hard to us, Junky headphones