Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
Excerpt: This review is about the Sony NW E407 Walkman. This is an mp3 player of the sony walkman series, which is not the newest, but I still think it needs to be reviewed by me. The mp3 player is offereing a very nice design and very good soundquality, which is better than later sony players. So let's get into the details of the mp3 player. General information: The Sony nw E407 looks similar to a lighter and has a great built quality.
Good player for the move but could use some extra gigabytes
18 May 2010
Excerpt: If you need a cheap and portable player look no more! Excellent for doing exercise as it is light and small. The 1GB is a bit annoying as it demands plugging into the computer regularly to change the music...unless your tastes are very restrictive. The battery is by far the most lasting one I have ever seen! A few minutes using the USB of a computer is enough for hours and hours of music!
Excerpt: i have had this mp3 player for a few years now, and it is possibly the best small mp3 player i have ever owned. admittedly the storage capacity isnt the largest in the world, but then with the atrac facility to shrink the files down it can still hold approximately 30-35 albums, and even though this means they are stored at low (64kbps) quality they still get reproduced at a very good level.
Excerpt: I decided to buy this player after surfing on the web for weeks... and now I'm very happy of it! the Jungle of CODES: 400 is the series without radio (500 is with radio) -07 is for the memory, 1 G in this case. (-1 is for 128, -3 is for 257, -5 is for 512.). Actually there's also a serie 600, all with 2 G. the last letter is for the colour (B for black, R for red, L for blu....) I choose this because radio option is goin to cost 20- 30£ more... too much!
Pros: battery (50 hrs), stilish, alternative (no ipod, please)
Excerpt: Bought this product at end of 2005, and since then it has been one of the most important of all my possessions. As a runner I find it brilliant due its small size. It clips features a clip which allows you to clip it to shorts, top, rucksack etc. The 1gb version is just the right amount of storage, allowing about 30 albums or so.
Excerpt: This is a great little piece of kit. It's my first mp3 player after having owned a Sony Walkman CD player which is still going, and I don't intend to replace this one until it dies! The essential selling point for me was the shuffle function, which seems basic enough but you'd be surprised how many players don't have it. It's reliable, doesn't skip or jog and it's pretty sturdy if dropped on the floor (which happens to me frequently!).
Pros: Lightweight, sturdy, good - looking and reliable
Excerpt: I got this as a birthday present from my parents (so I don't know how much it was.) I previously had an MP3 player but I could only fit 30 songs on it and I had to keep buying AAA batteries to keep it going. So this MP3 was a nice thing to have compared to my old one. I read into the instrution manual (which is very informative and easy to read) and it said that it can hold 698 songs, takes 48 minutes to charge the built in battery and can play for 48 hours.
Excerpt: Sony's Network Walkman E407 is this companies latest addition to the flash media MP3 player market. It boasts some decent statistics with a small size, light weight and long battery life, but does it work and is it any good? In answering this lets look at the E407 in detail and see how it all stacks up.