Summary: I went to the Philips.com website and located this mp3/video player. I clicked on the download Media Converter for this player. When I unzipped it from it's zip file and loaded it. Each time I tried to have it convert a video, it cause my XP to crash.
Summary: random shuffling is horrible. It had nothing random linked to it at all. You will easily realize the repetition and I am amazed that I have not yet broken this device given that its lack of innovation is quite frustrating. I cannot create a playlist. I cannot add a song to my favorite.
Summary: Hard to load. Hard to orginize. Songs load out of sequence(rough when you load groups like Pink Floyd,Marillion, and Styx). Loading pics is a study in computer engeneering. Video? Forget it. It takes a special program just to down load from you tube! Want a good MP3 that is easy to use?
Summary: I decided to check out the reviews for this while shopping for a replacement MP3 player. I purchased this player at Walmart soon after its release. I paid about $70, which at the time I thought was a good price.
Summary: Let me start with saying that although the players were a big disappointment I have to admit the sound quality was good when they would play. I initially bought this player from Walmart without doing any research (big mistake), Walmart had it for $59 + tax for a total of just over $63.
Summary: Thing constantly froze during regular use. Had to carry a sharp object to repeatedly reset the thing. Finally completely crapped out after 3 months. Bought a zune and couldn't be happier now. This is the last Philips product I'll ever purchase. Not even worth the $50 they sell for now.
Summary: I don't normally right reviews but felt it was my duty to do so with this product. I purchased this product at Wal-Mart. My initial impression was that it was a slick and stylish player. Very small, compact, thin... So far so good. The problem comes when you actually try to use it.
Summary: I bought this product a week ago and am returning it asap, and I rarely return things, as I can usually find a way to work around things. I am a previous owner of an iPod Nano, and that may be coloring my criticisms, so take this as some disclosure.
Excerpt: Not what you are looking for, most definetly. Ive read alot of reviews and to be honest, i dont know how in the hell they can call this "superb" or "great". I mean, it gets the job done, but theres so much in the way.
Excerpt: Very disappointing as I was looking forward to using it, mainly for radio and MP3 files. Transferring files was easy but I could find no way to create playlists - note plural - as indicated on the menu.I contact Philips support. Can I copy existing playlists across? No.