Summary: I have an iPod Touch, but I still use this to listen to music on the move because it's so much smaller and lighter. This is perfect for carrying while exercising. It holds a lot of songs. There are several music settings (e.g. it can sound like you're on stage, or in an empty cave). It's simple, but it's better than an iPod for listening to music on the go.
Summary: I own this MP3 player in Pink. I bought it used on eBay. I think it's an excellent MP3 player. The sound quality is excellent, the battery life is excellent and best of all you can use it with subscription music services like Rhapsody. The flashing blue light is eye catching and it's small enough to hide in your hand or pocket. It works great for me for at use work.
Summary: Despite what Wooque "IT" has said, it took me at most five minutes to downgrade the firmware and use it as a USB flash drive. Before I did that the MTP interface was painful; but now that it truly is a drag and drop device, the YP-U3 is exactly what I need. After about two years, mine finally died, and now it's become unreasonably expensive. I went for the Sansa Express instead and am relatively unhappy about the transition. I'm contemplating rebuying this product.
Summary: I wanted to bring my music running, but didn't want to carry my big Zune. This is the perfect solution. Its easy to use, sounds decent, and has a huge capacity if I wanted to use it to move data around too.
Excerpt: It doesn’t require you to push it, simply touch lightly. The only problem is, sometimes you may choose options that you don’t want to by touching the wrong button. The lock key becomes useful in this situation. The mp3 player is 2GB in size, and the price is very good. It almost looks like a mini ipod with its colour. You can fit in lots of songs if you keep them close to 3-4mb. It is a very good device for portable music.
Excerpt: So far, I did not encounter any technical problems with the gadget. I used it almost daily and it works fine. The only thing that can be a problem for the gadget is the USB drive. It is basically the plug for it to charge. I have heard cases that the USB part of the item got broken and it can’t be charged anymore. But I guess, if you’re extra careful, that wont have to happen. SO far, I am content and completely satisfied with my Samsung YP-U3 MP3 Player.
Summary: The Good: * Supports playlists * Easy to move songs/playlists from just about any media player * No changing batteries - Just stick it into a USB port to charge it up * USB connector clicks out - no cover to take on and off The Bad: * No buttons - sure, they're trying to copy Apple, but without buttons, instead you have to slide this little hold button on the bottom so brushing against the face of the device doesn't inadvertently change things.