Summary: I just love my TRIO 2G. I have older versions from Dell but I just wanted something that is small enough to fit in my bag, I hooked my with a thin cable tie from the handle to the ear buds. The only thing I wish is that I knew how to load my E-books. Plus I wish the cap was fitted a little more tighter. I got myself a little pouch to carry it in with extra batteries so this way I won't lose it. Thank again to all the great reviewers and their comments.
Summary: I use it on the Goldwing when radio stations are not available. Sound quality is amazingly good. Haven't figured out how to make it radomly select songs, if that is even possible, but otherwise it's a great little unit for the price.
Summary: I ourchased this item for my PC-illiterate wife. After downloading her Preferred CD Collection she listens daily while carrying the screaming hoardes of school-age kids back and forth to school. She is much calmer after her bus run completes now.
Summary: I read all the reviews and inspite of the several bad reviews, I purchased the item. I read how the mp3 player, once turned off, would not keep your place. Not true (Or at least not true any more, maybe there has been a software update). I also was concerned about the battery life concerns. These also were not true.
Summary: I had hoped this 2GB TRIO would be a fill in for the mp3 player I failed to purchase for my road trip to Arizona. Surprise! Surprise! I wont be buying that big buck mp3 player after all. My Candy Apple Red Trio sounds great with it's included stereo ear buds, @ 2GB I loaded more sounds than I could listen to on a 10 hour road trip, and the Trio is just a little larger than a good mans thumb. It fits just right in a shirt pocket or off a dog tag chain.
Summary: I received this item in a very timely manner, although when I opened it up the face part where the songs would display has been damaged. looks like it might have been heat damage of some sort, the display will not work.
Summary: For the price, you can't beat this deal. It does everything. I know one feedback says that when you turn it off, it doesn't start at the same place you turned it off, but you could select the "mode" to "random", where it won't start at the same place, but it'll jump randomly for the next songs, that way you wouldn't listen to the same songs in the same order again (a way to get around a small inconvenience).