Summary: I like that it's small and easy to carry in my pocket. And the LED screen makes it easier to read the song menu. There is one major issue with it: When you come to the end of a song and you didn't pick it from the Track list, the Player will automatically turn off. I've tried to find a way to fix this problem through the menu but it seems you cannot turn this action off. The caps are easily lost so keep track of after downloading or recharging.
Summary: After only a few weeks, the device is working well so far. The only real problem that we've had we were able to work around. I tried to follow the instructions for loading music using Windows Media Player per the instructions. I did this while showing my eleven year-old daughter how to put music on the device. I've been encoding our music into ogg files.
Summary: The USB is much easier than F'n around with a USB cable to charge or sync. I think the blue l.e.d. light for the clear cap is fun and you can program it to off/random/ or when pushing buttons. The screen is small which is why I think it can be tricky to navigate the songs. You can program a playlist or set it to mix play to avoid messin with the controls. Overall super easy to use, very lightweight, and best for a backup MP3 or casual use.
Summary: I love the fact that this MP3 player does not need batteries to be replaced, just plug in to charge, and no cord to keep track of... it plugs directly into any USB port. There is no video though.
Summary: Of course, all the cool kids have an iPod, but I just couldn't see myself dropping the money for the shuffle, the nearest comparable device. The YP-U2JQB has 2 Gigs of Memory, which is a convienent size, made even more useful by the fact the the device doubles as a fully functional USB drive which, in my case, was one of my buying criteria.
Summary: I love my little 1 GB player, it is easy to transport and a no-brainer to use with Windows Media Player and the screen makes it way more user friendly than the iPod Nano. The drawback is that it is hard to get certain audio media to it especially books from download. So your option becomes buying books in audio format and then using rip and sync. Most book download sites are set-up for the iPod, I personally love the one-stop option of straight download.
Summary: With the need to carry and transfer computer files today, portability has become key. Instead of floppies, we have USB drives and Sd cards. This is an excellent example of MP3 convergence. With MP3 players in everything these days from PDAs to mobile phones, more and more people are listening to their favorite tunes wherever they are. The Samsung YP-U2 has a very petite form factor; I don't even notice it in my shirt pocket.
Summary: I bought this item about a week ago. I like the sound quality, the headphones, the size and the screen. The light effects arent really necessary, but are cool sometimes. The music you place on the player is all in alphabetical order and it is very difficult to make playlists. I havent figured it out and I emailed samsung. You can put the songs on an album in order by editing their title in the player. Other than the alphabetical order thing, it's a good player.
Summary: I purchased this not too long ago. I needed something lightweight and with minimal functionality for exercising. The sound quality is wonderful and when you turn it off, it does not start at the beginning of the playlist again like some annoying flash players. It looks nice and sleek. I felt very cool carrying it. While there are not many buttons, after reading the manual I found that I could get too my personalized playlists pretty easily.