Summary: First of all, this is the first time I write a review. I just couldn't help it after finding my long lost Sansa e130 and verifying that it still works. I checked its first review here (2005) and, in those days, its price was around $100. Today, it's only $25. I got it in 2006 and stopped using it when I got an iPod Classic. I recently found it and had to turn it on. It had been kept with no battery and my songs were still there.
Summary: I had a Sansa 1 MB player - same legacy device just more storage and it lasted over 6 years. When It died I was really bummed out - I liked the fact that it was battery operated so no worries about not being able to charge when traveling, just pop a new batter in, it was drag and drop which I love. It suits all my needs for a portable mp3 device. I saw this on ebay and thought I'd just replace it and it died with very little use - will not turn on.
Summary: This has to be one of the best mp3 players ive purchased in a while~Sound quality is very good,The wrist strap is a plus at the gym,The clear plastic case protects it from scratches on the front & back.On its own it holds alot of songs & the earbuds came w/a variety of sizes to fit my ear.I also purchased a 2GB card to hold even more songs I think i can squeeze out about 400+ songs on here w/card.LOVE IT!!!
Summary: I bought this thing mainly for listening to self-help recordings. Specifically I was looking for something that would allow me to easily and quickly Fast Forward or Rewind to that precise spot in a long MP3 file. It does that very efficiently. It's also extremely portable. It measures approximately 3" x 2" x 1/2" and fits easily into your shirt or pants pocket.
Summary: On May 4, 2006 I bought this player's bigger sister . Since that time I found myself truly enjoying it time and time again for a decent player with a standard power source and expandable memory. A few days ago I saw the phenomenal price on the 512MB version of the same player and decided to buy some extras for friends.
Summary: Love this little audio player. Most audio payer have an internal memory limited to 2gb or 4gb. Besides the internal memory this player has a slot for an SD card. The amount of songs or other audio I can play is limitless, just put in different SD cards. I can play the SD cards in other devices and the songs are not stuck in the player where they can only be played on that player.
Summary: I'm liking this MP3 player. I specifically got it for the added radio and because it uses regular replaceable batteries. I've had to retire many a unit because it just wouldn't charge any more. Between that and the bargain of a price this w=one is great. My only problem is that to go to the radio feature you have to select it in the menu... wouldn't be a problem if the menu was in english. It's in chinese or korean or vietnamese or something.