Summary: This was one of the best music player's I've ever owned!!! The format which was A-trac allowed for more music to be saved on the 20 GB drive vs. MP3. The reason this product never reached its potential and blow iPod out the water was one the software used to download the music onto it wasn’t user...
Summary: Before I start, I would like to make a few things clear. I have owned (or at least used) the following players: iPod (4th, 5th gen, mini, nano), nw-hd5, archos gmini xs200, creative muvo n200, the creative zen sleek, and of course, the nw-hd1.
Summary: I am a big fan of Sony electtronics so naturally I wanted to purchase a Sony mp3 player. The NW-HD1 is a good music player but its not excellent. I'll just go ahead and list its good and its bad features. good: -By far the smallest 20 GB digital music player (credit card sized) when it was released.
Summary: I bought this a few months ago, and undoubtedly it is the best (and first) MP3 Player I have ever had. It works great, and is a great choice for taking on the go, or on trips. The recharge of the internal battery isn't too long (full-charge = 1-2 1/2 hours, maybe), and overall there aren't really...
Summary: I bought this network player around X-mas and have loved it ever since. I love the fact that it was only $250 and has 20g of space. What sold me on this product was the look and the battery life (30hrs).
Summary: For those who don't know: THIS PLAYER HAS NATIVE MP3-SUPPPORT NOW. You can transfer mp3 files without converting to Atrac. The catch is, you have to send it to Sony for a firmware upgrade. Thats it folks, stop complaining. This player rocks!
Summary: 1) Because of the introduction of the newer NW-HD3 model, this model (HD1) sells for only $270 in Sony Style stores. (not available online, though). Go to sonystyle.com, at the very bottom click on Store Locator and see if there's a store in your city (New York Boston San Fran etc.).
Summary: I am quite a gadget person, and have needed for a long time a good way of making my music portable. It's very hard to find time to sit down in front of my home stereo and listen. I recently bought a Sony DNF400 portable CD/Atrac3 player and was impressed by the ability to cram 20 CD's into one at...
Summary: After doing a lot of shopping around and comparing with similair players like the 40GB iPod I decided to buy the Sony. I was immediately blown away by the size of the unit. It is incredibly small. The metal case seems very sturdy. Software was easy to install and fairly intuitive.
Summary: I think whether or not you like the Sony comes down to a taste in style. I do not have any MP3 files on my computer, so I don't care about the lack of native MP3 support or converting CD's to ATRAC.