Summary: I found the batter life poor at first, but, after switching to a lithium battery it lasts much longer. Still not great, but, easily a solid 5+ hours. Less if you keep the music as loud as possible.
Pros: Lightweight, good sound, and uses SD cards. It is on the low end of the price spectrum.
Cons: The earbuds that come with it have a short cord, I could not put player in my pocket while working out at the gym since cord did not reach. It does not read the SD card in the same order as I place the tracks, makes listening to audio books difficult. SD card comes out when you press on it, this ...
Summary: I've owned this product for a week and used many different types of AAA batteries. So far it is only averaging 30 to 45 minutes on a fully charged battery. I would avoid this player based on it's low battery life alone.
Pros: Great sound quality for the price. Functions/controls work well and are easy to use.
Summary: I had a leftover 1gb transcend sd card from my camera and decided to see if this would use it. I does. Even when putting mp3 files in separate folders on the card, the player will just add them together and play all. It doesn't do random but does repeat.
Pros: Small, cheap, works for the price you pay. I like the fact that it uses my leftover sd cards and a AAA battery. No silly recharging.
Cons: The equalizer button is silly and useless. It has no random setting and doesnt display the titles, but, hey, what do you expect for $20.
Summary: It makes a poor paperwieght, but with a good usb cable, it makes a good sd card reader for your computer.
Pros: It reads the cards you put in it, at least the wma/mp3 parts. Most of the time.
Cons: It has no internal memory. It eats up the battery really quickly. The tech. specs dont mention that it doesnt have internal memory, and its battery cover gets difficult to remove. I have yet to see the problem of it not recognizing the sd cards, but I dont use it very much anymore.
Summary: it should be a little bit bigger and a loger screen but its a nice size to it and thats not problem
Pros: this mp3 player is just like an pc it chould have propely have a lot of sd cards to put in with it and add the music up on the sd cards and its like a pc my thought but it runs eggcilent and looks like a ipod and a nice compact shap and light wheight and it chould last longrer on bettery 10 hours...
Summary: Ordered as a christmas gift, was hoping it would work for my brother-in-law, on christmas day, it would not power on, nor would the computer recognize it via the usb cable. had it less than 30 days and now they won't honor a replacement.
Pros: small, upgradeable memory card, easy to use.
Cons: Did not work out of the box, parts and parts were missing, like headphones, and usb cable, I had to use one of my own.
Summary: This is an excellent MP3 player for someone who is not nineteen years of age, and who writes in complete sentences/words. It is built like a tank, and operation is the epitome of simplicity. One of its best features is the fact that it requires no specialized software.
Summary: It is good for those who have a little music data or people who like to change SD cards all the time, but this just not for those who like to listen to certain music in there players and if u start from #1 and the one you like is #400 that is going to take forever.
Pros: The mp3 is small and it looks o.k. The function are very easy to understand it is not difficult at all.The price is good
Cons: It doesn't have a menu to access the folders like most mp3's. Also it doesn't have memory of the last song after you shut it off, it just start from the beginning so u have to listen all over again or spent 2 or 3 minutes just to get back where you stop at before.