Summary: First of all i had no problems connecting to my pc and using it. it was used maybe a few months then not used/needed for about a year. i charged it via usb everything seemed to be ok. the display came up, it charged for a while, then it said fully charged. unplugged it and now it won't turn on.
Summary: This MP3 player worked fine, within its limitations, for four months. Then the spring-loaded USB connector wore out and ceased working. At first this feature impressed me as kind of cool, but in fact it's a fatal flaw in design.
Summary: The product I got doesn't work. I plugged it in the port, and it indicated it was "charging." Before long, it indicated "fully charged." I followed all the instructions, but the player will not turn on. I've tried to contact Samsung product support, but have gotten no response. Very disappointed.
Summary: I only paid ~$45 for this while it was on sale over the holidays so I can't complain too much. However, it is for the most part a pretty bad design. I love the size so it's not really fair to complain about tiny buttons. I mean, the thing itself is very tiny so of course the buttons will be tiny.
Summary: I give this thing one star because after all it plays music. Other than that, the buttons are too sensitive, there are incompatibilities in transferring to the computer (drag and drop is a pain, files are named differently on the device, sometimes it refuses to play mp3's altogether), it's just a...
Summary: Well the title says it all - purchased mid July 2008, died on Jan 2 2009. Since it was my first mp3 player I was fairly happy with it... nice and small, basic controls etc. I don't need anything fancy. But five and a half months of life? Absolute BS. I'll never buy a Samsung product again.
Summary: This so far wins the prize for the worst designed piece of hardware I have had experience with; and software is not much better. For the sake of fairness positives first: it is slim; the USB connector slides out (no cap to lose). It is also nice to the touch.
Summary: This is what I think of this product. Firstly, I thought that Samsung would be able to read Japanese since its HQ is base in S. Korea. I'm not confusing and culture here, it just that a lot of Japanese product are able to read Korean so I thought it would be vise versa.
Summary: I bought one of this in a Walmart store in Tampa a couple months ago. It worked nicely at the beginning, but al of the sudden it just stopped working, thus representing a total waste of money. Sorry about this poor opinion, Samsung, but that's the truth. Luis Tampa, Fl.