Excerpt: I was especially impressed with the sound options I mentioned above. The battery is recharged via the USB port which is extremely practical. I remember once before having a MP3 player which worked with one AAA battery, which ended up being so much more expensive in a long run. Value money: Excellent value for money. I’ve been using this product for over 5 months and everything has been working flawlessly.
Summary: **Introduction** I have had a fair few mp3 players over the years and this particular player is one of the first that I actually owned. I have owned maybe three MP3 players from Philips and they have all been decent products. The GoGear SA1942 was clearly marketed as a rival to the Ipod Nano from Apple and other similar devices. It is ideal for someone who wants to carry around a decent sized collection of albums in a small sized package.
Pros: Sound quality, Prices available, ease of use, battery life
Cons: Not a lot wrong at this price. Sound bettered by more expensive players.
A great value product which does all the important things re ...
1 May 2013
Summary: This may not be the most stylish-looking MP3 player, but in every other way it's more than a match for far more expensive alternatives. Sound quality is good enough if your headphones are up to it, syncing from PC is a doddle, The buttons are easy to use, and lasting up to 27 hours on a single charge is a boon - lasts a month of fairly typical usage.