Excerpt: Wow, what a difference a generation makes. Last year, Toshiba’s much-hyped Gigabeat digital media player left me disappointed to say the least. After playing with the next-gen Gigabeat S30 for a week or so now, I’m glad to see Toshiba stuck with the category and went back to the drawing board. Gone are the clumsy software integration, nagging menu structure and the frustrating slider control of the first generation.
Pros: Sharp and bright screen; easy to use; good stock earbuds; supports digital camera, Sharp and bright screen, Very intuitive to use, Supports various digital cameras for storage
Cons: Requires a proprietary AC adapter cable/AC Adapter; will not record voice, Requires a proprietary AC adapter and cable, Will not record voice or FM radio