Summary: I purchased this for my husband. It's rugged and has worked for its intended purpose. It is very user- friendly (he is NOT a techie & has no problem with it). Battery life and storage is great.
Summary: This is not a *bad* MP3 and camera. But it isn't particularly good either. On the plus side, once you get the hang of it, it works pretty well playing MP3s. So if you're looking for an MP3 player, it will obviously do that. But it's a bit cheap and clunky.
Summary: I bought this mp3 player on sale in the summer of 2011 for about half of its current price of $100.00. But am just now reviewing. This player plays music wonderfully. I don't much fool with the camera - when I did, it was to shoot a little video and it was actually fine as mp3 cameras go, I guess.
Summary: The Philips GoGear is a pretty bad player and I found it hard to operate. It's poorly designed and it's not very intuitive. The player looks more expensive than it feels. It feels like a cheap, plastic toy.
Summary: I don't understand why this mp3 player doesn't get better reviews. In this last month, I have only used the mp3 player and camera on it so far but this little thing serves its purpose, for me anyhow.
Summary: It is truly incompatible with Apple products, even if you are running windows. When I did get the chance to use it, I found it lacking in comparison to other mp3 players I have used. It feels cheap. The sound quality is low. The camera feels ten years old.