These Are Obsolete. Pick A Different Model. Bottom Line.
25 August 2011
Summary: Sound quality is sub-par although it does give you the classic radio sound sensation from the 80's. THE BIGGEST PROBLEM is the player No Longer Supports easy USB file transfers with MTP format. If you want a great MP3 look for a Sony. If you are set on Sansa go for the clip or express.
Summary: Sometimes newer is not better! I love this little mp3. It does music including FM, books and photos. Best of all it takes one AAA battery. All the new mp3 players have to be charged by USB or something else that requires hookup to something else.
Summary: What I like is the ease of moving from song to song without looking (which is why I bought it). This is a good player to take to the gym while on the treadmill or other fast moving equipment. My purchase came in a sealed package with its own battery, and the one I used to start listening with.
Summary: I loved it, it was a gift for someone. The quality is amazing, and is very modern to be a battery AAA MP3. I am not very sure about the battery, I prefer a chargeable one. However, it's great deal and great for someone who does not listen to music in a continuously long time.
Summary: The screen is easy to read and the buttons are very simple. For beginning users, or users who prefer a player to be JUST a player, it's a good buy. It does drain batteries, though, so I recommend rechargeables
Summary: Easy to operate without reading manual 8/10 Instruction Manual 8/10 Radio Reception 10/10 Radio Presets 10/10 MP3 Music Quality 10/10 Plug n Play 10/10 Construction 8/10 Overall a really good player It uses a AAA battery which is great, since sometimes I am hundreds of miles away from the nearest...