Summary: I bought this MP3 player as a backup for my iPod. It is easier to carry this Philips MP3 player more than my nano at times. What like most the Philips MP3 player is its sleek design, ease of use, and good functionality. The only thing I dislike is the volume control - I would prefer a dial (similar to iPod) rather than the pre-set volume bars. I would certainly buy it again.
Summary: This is a great little Mp3 player. This was my first experience with mp3.. 18 month ago and I loved it. Now, I use it all the time at the Gym and prefer it over other more pricey brands. Its handy, small, lightweight, fall-proof.. I love the battery feature, no need to recharge ... I love the drag drop feature... no need to use other software... I like that it recognize folders, so I can group my music my way.
Summary: I think this is a great mp3 player for the price. It has all the necessary functions and has a simple USB interface. The only downside is that I think the shuffle function is poor so you tend to hear the same songs a lot. Other than that, it's a pretty good mp3 player, especially for the price.
Summary: This is my first MP3 Player and I didn't want to spend a forture. So far, I have nothing bad to say about this little guy. It is easy to use, easy to load and very compact. The sound, even with the included ear buds, is very nice. If you aren't looking for anything crazy, this is a nice addition. FM tuner and voice recorded is an added benefit. You can preset 10 radio stations for easy flipping.
Summary: I have 4 of these Philips MP3 players. I like the ease of use (loading selections, etc) I'm not a computer guy - my daughter-in-law had to show me how everything worked on it but now I can do it all myself. It's great for exercising, I get to listen to the music I love while I'm doing something I don't love to do.