Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
Dont buy this player if you want to hear more than 12 songs!
HolliA "Holli", Amazon
28 July 2005
Summary: I bought this player from Frank1e on here and it came quickly,pkgd nicely, but this is NOT the MP3 player that iexpected. The software was irritating, but unless im doing something wrong..this 64mb will only hold about 12 songs..then thats it..you cant add anymore..so to me its useless..i could burn a CD with many more songs than that..I was super upset and very disappointed..thank god I just went ahead and bought the "better than Ipod" Creative Zen player.
Summary: I thought that this is a great MP3 player. I went to a media store, knowing that it was small, but when I first saw it, it amazed me. It was really tiny. Once I got home, I downloaded the software onto my computer, and started downloading songs on it. It has worked great ever since. The batteries last long, up to 15 hours. The software was easy to use.
No Technical glitches and no poblem with the file manager !
D. Christen, Amazon
1 September 2003
Summary: This little thing is truly amazing ! As I read through all the reviews of users having problems, I can not help but wonder, if they might lack a bit of technical expertise. First of all, I have used this player on both, a Mac and a PC and if you handle the unit as you should any USB device, there are no hang-ups or any other technical issues.
Summary: This lightweight technolically advanced mp3 player is the best player you will find on amazon.com The software is great unless your runnin a xp computer machine. You just import the files and Boom you got it just like at the rent a center. I wouyld also like to giva a shoutout to my dawgs back in south central nbpt.
Summary: I have had this MP3 player for nearly a year now, and I have had no problems with it, other than the software. Like other reviewers have said, the software is horrible. It's not compatible with ANYTHING and it's generally difficult and awkward to navigate. The player, however, is durable, sounds great, lightweight and easy to use.
Summary: If you have Windows XP, save youself some trouble and look elsewhere. I didn't have problems loading the software, but once loaded, it is difficult and clumsy. If you find it hard to load files, wait until you try to remove them. What was even more disappointing is the inability to add memory. On the up side, it looks great when you are at the gym. I am a runner and was sick of CDs skipping when I run or having to stop and change CDs.
Summary: forget about all the driver and software problems, all the small buttons, etc. i got this thing home and couldn't even get it to turn on. obviously, a lemon, which can happen to any product, granted. but, given the the shortcomings others have mentioned, in light of this, i have to give it the one star. also, it's made pretty cheaply of flimsy materials. stay away from this product!!!
Summary: I was so excited when my hubby brought this little MP3 player home. I am an avid walker...what attracted me to the Yepp was how small and lightweight it is... unfortunately, your limited to "yepp" software... and it is not compatible with Windows Media Player or other cool Apps. The Yepp Software is very difficult to use... and I am a software tester.