Fantastic product until it broke after such a short time
18 August 2009
Excerpt: The Philips GoGear HDD6320 is undoubtedly one of the more stylish MP3 players on the market. The blue LED lights on the front display and the bright colour presentation on the screen ensure that this product stands out from the crowd.
Excerpt: Upon first glance, the Philips HDD 6320 lead anyone to assume that it was an Ipod. It has a 55 millimetre screen which is quite large, it is a transflective backlit colour display TFT display screen. This supports photos, but not videos.
Excerpt: This mp3 player has fallen between two stools a bit, which is unfortunate since judged solely as an mp3 player, it's definitely a great product: it looks very smart, and has touch-sensitive controls; the 30GB capacity is more than enough for most people's music collection; it's got it has a colour...
Highly recommended for those who don't want an iPod
16 February 2009
Excerpt: At last - a non-iPod, large memory, reliable mp3 player, with the necessary features required by any music fan. The GoGear HDD6320 is an outstanding device, unlike any I have ever experienced.
Excerpt: This is a great MP3 player. lets not joke around here pound for pound against an ipod this is 100% better value for money. I have to be honest and say I will not go into real detail on features here other reviews might be a little more helpful there.
Pros: Lightwieght, great Battery life, quality sound, supersize music and picture storage
Excerpt: I have a Philips HDD1635, it is a total peice of SHIT! I will NEVER buy another product from them. Plays for sure........that is why I bought it, I thought I could easily download all my music from media player to it. How wrong was I?
Excerpt: It is going to tricky to try and write a review of this product without referencing the i-Pod which, let's be honest, all other MP3 players are going to be judged. So let's get it over with - this effort from Philips bears no comparison to the Apple i-Pod whatsoever.
Excerpt: To put this into perspective: I have had this HDD MP3 player almost 18 months now. So i'm going to have had a lot of experience of both the highs and the lows of it, and unfortunately there are more lows than highs. To start with - the main reason MP3 players exist - portability.
Pros: incredible sound quality, high volume, adjustable EQ, and sexy looks
Cons: Poor interface, Touchscreen does not function correctly, poor PC coordination and poor support