This player was broken and did not charge. Had to pay $60 to repair it.
Loyal Picky Consumer, Amazon
3 March 2014
Summary: This product was a broken product that I paid too much for. The device did not charge and had to get it repaired that cost me an extra $60. I would have enjoyed this product if it had actually worked and turned on, but even after charging it over night, the device did not turn on.
Summary: In Sept of 2011 I bought a new 120 GB Zune Gears of War 2 Special edit. Within less than 2 months this device stopped working. It displayed a message that said "contact customer service." Well good luck trying to get customer service from Microsoft!!
Summary: I ordered this unit because I wanted to try a Zune. It arrived, and I could not get it to charge. The vendor suggested I file a repair request with Microsoft because it was purchased new and has a manufacturer warranty.
Summary: I had one of these devices, and it broke well within warranty. After dealing with very difficult support, I was shipped a replacement, which also died of a hard-drive error well within warranty. This time, it is a whole new ball game.
this is the resason why you should never get items like these online
Jing Yuan, Amazon
8 October 2010
Summary: its a refurbished unit im sure. it broke down on me after 6 month of use and i was careful, i had a case, and one day it just stopped working. its a nightmare. amazon is the home for great great products for cheaper price.