Summary: This is a nice little mp3 player/fm radio/voice recorder. It's easy to use, but I suggest you go to Sandisk to download the instructions. I love how you can just drag/drop files onto it like a memory stick. This is refurbished, but you'd never know it. Works perfectly and looks like new.
Summary: I was a little wary buying a refurb, (you always have to be prepared to send it back if it looks damaged) but it was great, no scratches! I plugged it in to see how easy it was to install songs (since as a refurb it does not include a manual) and I found it drag- drop easy for a quick start.
Summary: Its NOT an Ipod but perfect for youger children! My 16 year old has an Ipod so my 8 year old thought she should too....but fear of her losing it or not really using it I didn't want to spend the money for an Ipod to start her off.....this Mp3 is a great she loves it......and it is easy to use..
Summary: I purchased the SanDisk 1 GB MP3 Player a few months ago. My only reason for buying one of these wonderful new gadgets was to listen to books on tape. Thought I could walk with this easier and also listen in the car with an adaptor. The smaller size was also better for traveling.
Summary: As a busy college student on a budget, I had thought it impossible to afford an mp3 player on my own, the iPod brand particularly in mind whenever I found myself attempting to think of a way to get around the price issue.
Summary: Even with firmware update 1.02, a WMA burned at 192 bits sounds great on my computer, but on the SanDisk player, songs have odd cracking sounds. However, if I convert the file into a 192 bit MP3, it plays with no problems. Otherwise, it is great.