Summary: I have had my PMP 140 for around 15 days. In this review I will briefly describe the pros and cons of this device Pros: this device is all you need, with a 40 GB storage capacity, you can store 160 hours of full length movies, 1200 hours of songs, and thousands of pictures.
Summary: This is a good product, it works well and has the advantage over the iPod of letting you dump the music files right into the device folder without using iTunes. It has a great screen that is larger than the Photo iPod and runs .avi videos well.
Summary: I was looking for a player that could play my huge library of .wmv format TV shows (I have 200GB of them) and according to the Amazon review here I would have been mislead into buying this product. It's NOT a .wmv player.
Summary: I'm a Korean who wanted to buy the PMP from IRiver last Christmas. I have been going to lot's of electronic markets in Seoul and have found that the sellers did not recommend the PMP from iRiver.
Summary: I got this for xmas, and despite being 26, i play with it everyday like a child with their favorite toy. I'll try to really cover the points that i was concerned about, as the general stuff such is pretty well explained in the description.
Summary: Fairly savvy PC/Smartphone user; VERY disappointed in this. Quality was a bit cheap - plastic stand and USB port covers were fairly flimsy. Many typos in user manual (operationgs, for example) and even the word FM Tuner on the actual screen was spelled FM Tunner. Bad form.
Summary: Wow I just love this new media player - plays songs at Top Level quality sound, crystal clear picture too - nice everything! It's got TONS of space - 40GB of disk space which is enough to watch movies, thousands of songs, and is portable to take with you anywhere.
well recommended for anyone who can work with the poor navigation
3 April 2007
Excerpt: This is a fantastic product and as expected from iRiver, very pleasing on the eye. However, the quality of the hardward is once again let down by the software with a very confusing navigation system, fiddly buttons and a distinct lack of back up and support.