Summary: It looks awesome. Open the package and there is this fine looking player with all the accessories. Good luck with trying to get any help from the instruction book because there isn't any help there. Good luck getting Visual-Land to respond to help you. It's been two weeks and still no reply. I have a new computer, plug and play and it doesn't recognize anything about this player. There is software provided, but good luck getting it to work.
Summary: Mine died after a week. I've been trying for two weeks for Visual Land to respond - which they still have not. No email, phone number or address. They only have a web form to submit questions. This is by far the worst company I have tried to deal with and regret purchasing it. Learn from me and look into the support and return options prior to buying something. Also search on the product and you'll see the numerous issues this thing has.
Summary: For the price this is a great little mp3 player. The screen is ok quality. I bought this more for the fm radio receiver and the reception is great. I have replaced the headphones with a set that has a volume switch on the cord because the volume gets too loud for me even on the low settings. A little hard to navigate from one menu option to another once you are inside one. The voice recorder works well and the video playback is alright for 50 bucks.
Summary: I like the mp4 player...my children love listening to the songs as well. It has decent quality in sound and is extremely lightweight. There are certain things that I do not like, but they do not out weigh the pros of the product. My main dislike about the product is that I have not been able to find any kind of cover to put it in while I am working out. When I go on my runs, I have to hold it in my hand where as I would like to find an arm band to put it into.
Summary: This item is very easy to use. I was able to hook it up to my computer and go. Lots of features. The picture quality is great and the screen is very clear. It is easy to pull up my list and choose what I want.
Summary: When these guys say, "Made In China," they MEAN "Made In China." wow, is this thing rubbish. these Visual Land folks went through a lot of effort to try and make their doodad LOOK like an Apple ITouch. they kind of succeeded. it LOOKS like it at a glance, and they even try to duplicate the GUI's look. one cute example is the Apple "slide to unlock" kinda thing. There are a couple of screens that have a button at the top looking like the slider, but it's non-responsive.