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.
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.
Summary: (I'm not good at English.) This mp3 player is very good at appearance, size, color, and sound most of all. almost music files that I have are wma. But I don't feel any uncomfortable when I listen to music because of the sound quality. But it's very sensitive to use touch pads of this mp3 player. Sometimes it drives me crazy. In my opinion it's an awesome mp3 player except the sensitive touch pads.