Reviews and Problems with Toshiba Gigabeat MEG-F20
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13 July 2011
Summary: I give this company 5 stars for their excellent customer service. The product I recieved did not hold its charge and digideals was extremely prompt and professional in the way they handled and responded to my concerns.
Summary: the Toshiba Gigabeat F series have terrible firmware, but when you install Rockbox firmware from rockbox.org then this its quite great. The Gigabeat then becomes a tiny little linux running computer and can do many things as well as play music and videos.
Summary: I'm so sick and tired of hearing about apple products so I wanted something different! I bought this player for my wife and is the Greatest player I've used so far! It's stylish, easy to manage, and after 3 years of ownership I can tell you it still kicks i-pod's .....!!!
Summary: This is my second toshiba gigabeat, and as the last one, I love it. Not only is it a great MP3 player, but it can act as a portable HD. So if there is music I have on it that I want to put on my laptop or my work computer, then I can, not like an ipod, where you are a slave to their rules.
Summary: I just got a toshiba gigabeat F20. it is awesome. the screen is big, the controls take a little getting used to but are awesome. the plus sign control completly beats the iPod click wheel. its software is alright but i kinda hard to use. but who cares?! once you figure it out, its a piece of cake.
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8 December 2006
Summary: I will never buy any product from Toshiba ever again. I have two gigabeats (one for me one for s.o.), well now I have one because the other has completely ceased to function. I obviously bought them at the same time because no one would get a second once you've seen these.
Summary: The price, sound/image quality, and portability of this player are all great. The gigabeat is a good size and tough enough (mine has survived a few drops on concrete w/out huge scratches). The quality of the sound is very good--lag time is also minimal. Pictures look awesome on the large screen.
Summary: I've had my Gigabeat for 2 weeks so far. It's heavier than the Ipod, but that makes it feel more solid to me. I'm not a big fan of the controls, but I may need to get used to them. The program isn't as awful as everyone makes it out to be.