Summary: This player does what it says it will do. It has some nice features, the sound quality is good and it was easy to use. The 128 megs holds just under 2 hours worth of songs and I usually take it with me on flights.
Summary: When I bought this a year ago, it was even more expensive than what now I got the T10 512MB for. T10 lasts longer, looks more fancy with colored body and colored LCD display. But for some reason, I like 180T even more. Sychronizing MP3 to T10 is a pain. The T10 went dead now and then when connected via USB to my IBM T40 laptop. Struggling for an hour, I got only three songs in.
Good sound, small, lots of features(cost become reasonable)
15 October 2006
Summary: I bought this not long ago after did lots of research from the Internet. Actually, I'm looking for MP3 player with rechargable battery(which is iAudio U2 256MB by COWON) but it's still kind of pricey. From my research, I noticed many people praise the sound quality of iRiver IFP series. You got you hear it yourselves, the sound quality is good(but with the price like this, it's great). (+) sounds quality. (+) the size is small but loaded with lots of features.
Summary: I've owned this player, the IFP 180t, for 2 years now (READ: Since it came out), and I dunno what the problem is with the other people (Maybe they truly have problems with their players, or maybe they just own IPODS(Try viewing other mp3 player 'reviews' for an idea of how hardcore ipod users are)), but this is the best series to own for flash players, unless you need higher then 512 megs. Now, read on, I'm not kissing Iriver's ass.
Summary: I got one of these for christmas over two years ago and it was my first one ever. I have gotten other ones since then that hold more songs and look cooler but I always seem to use this one. Its not that it has a lot of features its that its small and simple and I can take it anywhere and no one can really tell I have it. I enjoy being able to keep it hidden and still be able to reach in my pocket and change the song.