Summary: I already own a Samsung T10 and love it. I use it primarily for downloading audio books and its capacity is amazing. However, it's almost 2 years' old and while I've looked at replacement models, I couldn't find one I like as much as the T10. When I found a refurbished one on Overstock, I was a little hesitant at first about purchasing it. I've never bought a refurbished item before. I'm so glad I went ahead with the purchase. The item is like brand new.
Summary: I bought this MP3 player as a gift for my husband. It's very similar to the one I have, but believe it's a more currentl model. I was concerned about it being refurbished, but the return policy was acceptable to me. My husband has had no problems with this item, has used it while bike riding, and is pleased with it.
Samsung YP-T10JAB 4 GB: Dancing dogs while you listen
26 August 2011
Summary: Background I have never been a fan of Apple or iPods as some dooyoo users may already know from some of the comments I have made today. When I was a little younger I was extremely serious and Keene on creative MP3players, though when I uploaded a lot to them they seemed to either crash or freeze which was pretty annoying.
Pros: Everything about it
Cons: Maybe the model with 8G would satisfy people who have a bigger music collection
Summary: Not as good as an iPod but if you don't want to give in to the iPod craze then this is the mp3 player for you. Its ultra slim, its much faster than a lot of mp3 players i've had before and the themese are good looking and quirky. 4gb isn't a great amount of storage so if you own a large amount of music then try a larger size. The buttons are touch responsive fixed keys and sometimes can be a bit tempermental but generally work just fine.
Pros: Quick, reliable, simple
Cons: Buttons are a bit of a nuisance sometimes, small storage
Summary: I purchased the Samsung YP-T10JQW 2gb MP3 player 2 years ago. I commute by train to and from work, one hour each way, therefore a good MP3 player is an essential. Previously I had always bought Phillips, but my last 2 Phillips MP3 players inconveniently seized up. I purchased the Samsung one from Currys for £69.99. I can honestly say it is the best one I have tried. The battery life lasts for ages.
Pros: battery life, ease of use, touch screen, lock facility
Samsung YP-T10JCB 8 GB: Samsung tio, the one you can rely on
25 May 2010
Summary: Simple and easy to use, great for listening to music, obviously. I can always rely on samsung products, the sound quality is great. There are also many game to play but I do find them a bit tiring after a while. All my apliances and alectronics at home are mostly samsung . They never let me down no matter how small they are like this mp3 player or how bog they are like my flat screen tv.
Samsung YP-T10JAU 4 GB: the commuters' best friend!
11 January 2010
Excerpt: "...fantastic, good value for money, Samsung YP-T10JAU: 35 grams of music and video, without any other, useless to me, applications. I could not resist trying it as soon as it arrived (I bought it online on ebay for 15 pound less than its original cost which is around £80-90). I connected it to my pc with the USB cable supplied, installed the application, uploaded music, charged it and I had my "commuting music"! Nothing easier! I know I should introduce ...
Pros: Small and lightweight, really long life battery, good value form money
Cons: Not many apps . Upload music only with its software, you need to lock the touch screen
Excerpt: "...One such would be the Samsung YP-T10. It has a responsive touch screen and it looks really good, black all around. In my experience, it is quite durable (I've dropped it a couple of times and it hasnt cracked), but you should get a screen protector because the screen is prone to scratches. It has a pretty good playback and it fits your palm nicely, as well as being bluetooth enabled so you can use bluetooth headsets. It is also pretty slim and fits ...