Summary: I had this mp3 player about 6 years ago when i was a freshman in highschool i listened to it everyday it was my first mp3 ever and i loved it. i dropped it a few times and it still worked, i had alot of songs on it, and the battery life was really good. i think my mom threw it out by accident when i moved a few years ago.but it was a great mp3 i love mp3's there cheaper and easier than ipods.
Summary: It is very ,model we can't copy the songs directly to it. We need Audacity software for it. The company do provide CD for the software but it is not working for windows Seven. Only good thing about the product is battery back which was very good.
Summary: I bought one of these. Absolutely loved it. And then I dropped it and knocked it against the side of my hand. And the electronics went bonkers. And I couldn't turn it on/off, change the tuner, adjust the volume, etc. But I loved my little bean. The sound is crystal clear and the radio reception is superb. It's easy to handle and easy to recharge and who could ask for more? So I bought another one. Loved it too. And it's worked well for several months until yesterday.
Summary: The Bean arrived in a matter of days!! I was very, very happy with it. Since it was a gift, I waited until the receipent opened it and tried it out. Every one is happy.I highly recommend this seller and product!!!
Summary: Buying this product was a huge mistake. I urge you to refrain from buying any type of Sony product that uses Sony Connect. It is the worst software when it comes to adding music to the player. The player itself was okay, great battery life, so-so screen, great idea with the USB connect. All of this is washed out because of Sony Connect. It makes adding music to the player because of share rights. Basically CD's that you own and burn to your computer are useless.
Summary: I decided to update this review after only having used my player 2x, and having for only three days. First off, I see why all the complaints of the software. The software used to transfer your music is a program that puts the music in a format only recognized by Sony players and gives them a extension that is unable to be converted by any media player that I researched.
Summary: I had a Sony bean for about 18 months until I dropped it and broke the volume/song selector toggle. Actually, that was the fourth or fifth time that I had dropped it, but the only time that did any damage. I really wish that this device was still available, as it seems that Sony discontinued it. Mine didn't have a ton of memory, but it was unbelievably easy to use.