Summary: Well, I want to use this device like USB memory disk drive (G: M: etc by using file Explorer) but is not possible. Under Win2k? forget it! Under Vista? no -Philips says about this "keep using WinXP". Only works with WMP10 for syncr the music. None of my friends are using WMP!! Now the device is stilized, good design, no screensaver, the sound goes some low-volume. I cant found a function to advance fast or jump/tab into a large mp3 track.
Summary: I bought this player almost a year ago. I used it mainly for gym use. About a month or two ago, I noticed it just shutting off for no reason. I then relized that everytime I tapped the top of the mp3 player, its shut off. It has gotten so bad that I cant even use it at the gym unless I move VERY SLOWLY! so it doesnt aggrivate it and shuts off...VERY FRUSTRATING!
Summary: I ended up returning this mp3 player, but It wasn't all bad. I'll start off by talking about what I did like about it, before saying why I ended up returning it. I see it's now $70 on amazon, which is a good price (I paid $80). Good things: 1) I'll start off by agreeing with some of the reviewer here that this is probably THE most elegant looking mp3 player on the market. The blue touch buttons that light up when you press them are a lot of fun.
Excerpt: "...I was drawn to the Philips 9200 because of its support for Windows Media Player, small size and expensive looking glossy finish. In the box you get: ... The player ... In ear phones ... A nice glossy stand (thoughtfully heavy enough to stop the player falling over) ... USB cable (that connects to the player or the stand) ... A soft storage bag ... CD-ROM containing driver and manual ... A better than average quick start guide USB2 is ...