Summary: It is a simple MP3 player, with only one flaw that bugs me. I don't like the fact that you can't charge it without a power cord. I would have given it a five if it were chargeable through the usb port. Simple interface plus it is easy to copy music on it (Just drag and drop).
Excerpt: I recently bought a Philips HDD070 2GB MP3 Player and radio, and I would like to review it point by point. Advantages: Inexpensive compared to the competition: At the period i got the device it cost around £109, the only other hard drive mp3 players cost closer to £175. …
MP3 Player? more like a box of useless conponents.
25 May 2007
Excerpt: Where to begin with this so called mp3 player. At first my one was a pretty good mp3 player. I could load music on using the software supplied and i could listen to music. Although it would freeze every so often i just thought that this was the price you pay with owning an mp3 player. Wrong!
Pros: erm it is good for about a month
Cons: everything from the moment it was designed .
Excerpt: I got one of these for Christmas. I had been using a cassette player, which I loved because it was indestructable. I've put tapes through the washer and dryer and they've still played perfectly.
Pros: Small . . .
Cons: Temperamental, rubbish memory . . . generally useless
Excerpt: Ok I will review it point by point. Advantages: Cheaper than the competition-At the time i got the device it was around £109, the only other hard drive mp3 players were nearer £175. Though this is no longer the case so this advantage is somewhat rebundant.
Pros: Cheaper than the competition, decent display, great headphones . . .
Cons: Useless software, small memory, no longer worth the money, dated . . .
Excerpt: Dear reader, I got this as a present of some friends. At first i was very pleased with it and i still am to this day! The sound quality of this is phenominal. This product sounds fantastic with all headphones. This product is very simple to use.
Pros: Easy to use, small, good quality, very loud, look quite cool .
Cons: Head phone break easily, screen not that big .
Excerpt: I bought this product for my partners Christmas. It looks good, the price looks good and the blurb about it impressed me. I'd also read a couple of reviews and they all seemed fairly positive. Oh how wrong I was. Firstly the software that comes along with the product has not loaded.
Excerpt: I purchased the MP3 player from Sainsbury's for £109 and was delighted when I recieved the package. When I got home I found that the CD software wasn't really up to scratch. The software was very hard to use and I got confused between the Music box software and the HDD software which is what you are...
Pros: Looks and feels great in the hand
Cons: screen a little hard to see and buttons sticky
Excerpt: I bought the Philips MP3 player in December 2004, from Tesco online for a modest price of £139 for the 2Gb version. After a long journey to the Amtrack depot, I finally managed to obtain my MP3 player. When I opened the box, it looked a fantastic MP3 player and was a lot smaller than I had imagined.
Pros: Radio, good sound quality
Cons: Unreliable, poor build, fragile, no colour screen