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. The edges of the rubber lined up to the edge of the button, making the outer buttons a bit harder to press. It makes my finger go closer to the center button and that results to accidental presses on the Play/Pause button.
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 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. Other than that, MobiBLU has created a very nice MP3 player in a miniature package without sacrificing usability. The DAH-1500i is a great on-the-go player for its tiny size and necklace headphones.
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. Other than that, MobiBLU has created a very nice MP3 player in a miniature package without sacrificing usability. The DAH-1500 is a great on-the-go player for its tiny size and necklace headphones. The screen is bright and the navigation is well thought out.