Summary: I live in Japan. Where they do not sell sandisk. Sad I know. People have the misconception Japan is the land of the future. Its not. When it comes to electronics they are sadly behind the USA in quality and most importantly selection. Some things are a year or two ahead, but not so much anymore. You can't even get Samsung TVs over here. Anyway. This MP3 is number one top selling "budgjet" mp3 player in Japan. oh so my review.... Well.
Summary: If you are buying this for recording FM radio or In line recording then It is not of good quality. It records at 1MB for 2 minutes of audio in WAV format(64KB bit rate) which is very poor quality(good quality takes at least 256KBPS) Seller should point out this fact so that people donot buy it because it is cheap.
Summary: The comments below were my immediate response for the product. by now, i want to tell you not to waste your money on this product, if it is still on the market. i quit using it because theree is really no way i can control the things that come out of it. it does not recognize any particular connections between files/tracks and there is no way i can even manipulate the order to do that.
Summary: Its a nice Mp3 player in budget price with great capacity. I am using it from more than 1.5 yrs and it is performing well. Battery backup is also going good enough around 8-10 hrs. So , if you are planning to buy a decent MP3 player within budget and with 8GB memory then no doubt it is the best.
Summary: player is good. (max sound a little low, but you don't need that much anyway) But problem is in song navigation. It feels like one can be better without Display Menu in it. Like a micromax phone; it updates all the songs from all folders in one list. Anyway player is light and fine.
Summary: The best player for the best price in its range. Handy, comfy, sleek, sexy looking. The battery backup is the most promising part of it. Sound quality as expected is good. Try this one with some other noise isolating earphones ex. Creative, JBL....and you will fly.