Conclusion: The Cube Crate Protective Case, as they call it, gives the cube a little protection against bumps and corner nudges. It stretches enough to be slipped on the cube. The round hole for the nav buttons cramp that area a bit.
Pros: It's so small it's cute, Decently priced, FM tuner, Recording support (Voice and FM tuner), Comes in a variety of colors, Simple but effective display/GUI, Comes with the necessary accessories, Doubles as a USB storage device, Maximum of 1GB storage
Cons: It's so small it can be a choking hazard, Earbuds on the earphones can fall off from your ear quite easily, The cliché white earphones, Charging is limited to using the included data cable/charger, Known firmware problems
Conclusion: The bite-size MobiBLU DAH-1500i is the smallest, most impressively full-featured flash player we've seen yet.
Pros: Very small and light. Good sound. Excellent recording capabilities. Innovative charging/USB cable.
Cons: Controls lock via a button instead of a switch. Charges only via USB. Included headphones don't let you carry the player in your pants pocket. Battery life could be better. See the MobiBlu DAH-1500i in Action !
Conclusion: The players inability to play tracks in order must be fixed, this is what I consider to be the players major flaw (MobiBLU, please fix this!). In addition, it could improve on the track transition and possibly add gapless playback.
Conclusion: If I had to change something about the MobiBLU DAH-1500 it would be the poor track transition and this may be fixable in the future by a firmware update. It is what I believe to be the player’s only major fault.