Summary: I am not the best person to talk to about technology. I am not an avid Tweeter, I don't own any thing begining with 'i' and my most complicated gadget is a TV remote so don't expect this reveiw to be full of technical jargon - this is simply my take on the mp3 player I own. Bit of background I was bought this mp3 player for Christmas in 2010 so it is already over two years old.
Pros: Small enough to fit in a pocket, still going strong two years on
Summary: After so long using useless apple ipods and shuffles etc and many of them breaking within 6 months, I had ended my relationship with apple. For christmas I wanted something to store many songs and something easier to make playlists with for about half the price I was amazed to find this. I ordered the 8gb one and had plenty of room to fit all my songs and keep constant updates to them when new songs come out.
Summary: Key Features H.264, mp4 and WMV video support FM Tuner Voice recording via mic 4/8/16GB models 2-inch, 240x320 pixel display Sony Walkman NWZ-E443 4GB Time was when a Walkman was literally your only choice of portable music player. Unfortunately it's not 1978 any more and while they have their detractors, Apple's iPods have become the de facto benchmark against which all other portable media players must compete.
Pros: Aside from the inclusion of a proprietary dock connector, we find little to dislike about the Sony Walkman NWZ-E443. Sound quality is excellent, easily besting the Apple iPod Nano, while the plastic construction is sturdy and the physical buttons let you switch tracks and pause easily without taking it out of your pocket.
Cons: screen isnt massive no camera like ipod nano
Summary: I have now had this MP3 Player for around 10 months. I am rather happy with it in honesty! There is a really annoying beep sound when you click a button to select something and I was glad when I managed to turn the damn noise off! Transferring songs to it was a breeze! It worked perfectly for drag and drop and plays both wav and mp3 files well. I did however find that when connected to my Mac it will refuse to eject no matter what i do although it ejects fine on Windows.
Summary: This device is a worth for guys who dont look for an ipod. But device is truly awesome for its performance.. Vry good sound quality & light weighted. Karoake mode is full of fun. The videos are also sharp & crispy.. Overall tis device is affordable than the apple ipod's..
Pros: Light weight, superb sound quality, vry slim, good battery life ,gr8 entertainment by sony anyway..
Excerpt: A while back my daughter bought herself a new MP3/MP4 player, or what ever she wants to call it, and as the one she had been using was still in good working order she asked me if I wanted it, (even though I got it for her in the first place) , so I took it off her hands. So, once I began using this I was quite impressed with it, considering that it cost a lot less than some certain players which would hit your wallet/purse almost four times as much, if not more.
Summary: Although I am fairly interested in technology, I do tend to be swayed by the design and appearance of a product before I have even looked at what it is capable of and its specifications. I'd had my shiny pink MP3 player for around two years and loved it dearly but when I went out running over Christmas, I lost it in the snow!! Alas, it was time to choose a new one.
Pros: Holds plenty of songs, has fun features and a long lasting battery
Summary: After many confused hours of investigation into what type of MP3 to get with limited funds and (lets face it) limited technical knowledge or understanding I stumbled across a couple of reviews on the Sony NWZ-E453 model. So, duly purchased off our desert friends for Christmas I was pleasantly suprised and v excited over my purchase. Now I need to remind you that I am not a technical spec person - and my review will reflect that!!
Pros: Install, download ease. Easy use functions, not too expensive, good sound quality, battery life
Cons: No key lock, limited Sony made compatible dock/speakers