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I definitely didn’t expect this MP3 player to be very high quality and super multifunctional. There are so many extras in this device it feels like a mini i pad.
Do you want to read your favorite ebook while you are listening to your classical music? You can absolutely do that with this device you can download and read your ebook which is amazing.
Are you board? You can play the games installed in this device. My favorite game is the old school Tetris.
Music, you can download your music archive and create bunch of customized playlists. Which is great for different activities i created couple of lists to play at the gym which helps my work outs and makes it energetic.
You can store your pictures and videos there is a video player in this little tiny machine and it actually works pretty good.
Are you looking for a voice recorder? This thing works as a voice recorder as well if you are using or looking for a voice recorder you don’t need to spend extra money to get one the built in recorder works really well.
You don’t have internet and you want to listen to your favorite radio while you are jogging? You can listen to the radio in this device there is a built in radio and its receiver seems really strong I didn’t have any issue while listening to my favorite channels.
There are many other features in this machine stopwatch, calculator... I am extremely surprised with the quality of the material used and the features include is amazing. You get so many of features for very little price. Money well spent!
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I needed a new mp3 player for back up. I lost my last one fell out of the car into the water while fishing. I decided I wanted a bigger screen and it to be a touch screen. The wheels are harder for me to use, now that I'm use to smart phones. This is a really nice once. It has 8gb of storage and has the ability to expand the memory up to 128 gb with an sd card. It supports the majority of music files. It does have video play back as well so if the song I want to hear is only found on video I can watch it in HD as I listen to it as well. It has some basic games downloaded to it and play them. You can use this as an ereader as well, as it shows texted documents able to be downloaded to it. There is a voice recorder, calculator, picture browsing, and some folder function. I have no interest in this as it's just a back up for my phone when we do not have service. This mp3 player has a 3.5 inch touch screen. So no more wheels for me skip the song I want to hear. The battery is larger than expected it has up to 8 hours of battery life on an average day of use. Comes with device, charging cable, instructions and wired headset. This device is not bluetooth you must use wired headphones or a 3.5 jack cord to use in the vehicle
This MP3 player is OK but falls short in some areas. Highs: -- The touchscreen is crisp & bright -- Strong case, Compact 1.8x3.9x0.4", and just 3.5oz/100gr -- Comes with a protective cover, USB cable, Earphones -- Built-in FM Radio, Games Lows: -- Music management at the album level is lacking -- Video stretches over the screen, distorting images -- Cannot change images orientation -- Radio Reception could be better -- No Bluetooth -- No built-in speaker
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I've had an 80gb Zune player since 2007. While it still works, I've always hated the super buggy software that you have to use to load music, etc. and slow navigation of the scroll button. I figured 12 years later, there would be an inexpensive touchscreen with quick/easy navigation and drag/drop play without the need for stupid software such as Microsoft's Zune or Apple itunes. This is the 2nd mp3 player I've bought recently. Returned the 1st one as the volume level, even at max, was really poor and would drop out even more when using EQ feature. So I plugged this in to computer and loaded a bunch of mp3's to the already existing music folder. Easy drag and drop of artist/album folders. Plugged my headphones in. First thing I noticed was I had to touch my selection 2 or 3 times before it reacted. Got into the first album of choice to test. Volume was much better than player I just returned, although this one too, the volume dropped out a little when using the preset EQ's (I found this feature poor and opted to just leave it off). I navigated back to music folder to choose a different artist/album to play - here's the weird part: when the song ended, the player reverted back to the next track of the 1st artist/album I had selected. I thought it must be some weird setting that I had to change. Read through instructions - no help whatsoever. Tried everything I could think of. Gave it to my gadget savvy 17 year old to figure out - he had no idea. Over and over, I'd navigate to a different folder, start an album at the 1st track and when song ended, the player reverted back to the next track of the very 1st artist/album chosen. It seems nobody else has had this problem so perhaps I just got a defective player. So, returning this one too and don't think will try again with this or any others.
I bought this because it's one of the only touch-responding MP3 players that doesn't have wi-fi capabilities. It's for my 8-year old, who I don't want to have easy access to online content. It does what it needs to, which is great, but the navigation to play songs on command (rather than in alphabetical order, which is what happens if you just press "Music") took me a little while to figure out. A couple of days, to be exact. You basically have to navigate via the FIle Folder to the Music folder, the album, then scroll past the all the "_NAME" files to the "NAME" files. Still, once we figured it out, my kid was able to use it without any problems. And there are a few games for him to play if he gets desperately bored, which is exactly what I wanted.
Use this on trips so no one fights over songs and we don't waste data from phones. Setting up playlists was really easy and now everyone can play their own songs. If you don't feel like listening to music, the games are so much fun on this. I did leave the plastic screen protector on it to help protect it but it is slowly starting to come off. However, keeping it on did not interfere with tapping on any of the different pictures. Does hold a charge for a really long time, especially while listening to music and playing games. Did have to put in a memory card for all the music which makes it so much easier. Was also able to load shows and movies on this and it didn't kill the battery fast and great screen quality.
This item was purchased in promise for an accurate review. I used this with over 1,000 audio files. In doing so, I found navigating my music files through the "Music" area less efficient than finding them through the "Folder" area. For some reason, the files just load about 100x faster through folder view - the only problem is you can't skip around or do shuffle play that way. Sorting the files in "Music" mode must be done one at a time, as far as I can tell. In folder mode, you can organize them using Explorer.
I love being able to record audio. The calculator is a nice touch too. I've not really used the other features, such as video, but it does what I wanted (play audio files). Everything else is just a welcomed plus. In my opinion, this should be marketed as a mini-tablet mp3 player.
The sound quality sounds good to me, but I am no super expert in the field. Had a little issue getting my headphones to plugin, because the 3.5mm jack hole was a little too small for the casing of my headphone 3.5mm male counterpart. A little trimming solves that problem. Great price for the features for sure! I wish I could've gotten my kids these instead of some "standalone" mp3 player for about the same price (which didn't work as well).
One last thing - this has 2 protective screen films on it. One you peel off, the other you LEAVE! It's nice having that special screen protector pre-applied. If you take it off, you will grease it up with your popeyes chicken fingers, like I did.
I like that it has a touch screen and the length is great, but I don't like the size of the 1 inch width screen. I wish they would make one that is the size of an iPod with a camera on it too! My 6 year old is not ready for an iPod yet so that's why I was thinking an mp3 player would be great it I could find one that looked and was the size of an iPod. The only thing that was wrong with the one I got was, when you shake it, it made a riddle sound, so that's why I sent it back along with the reason for it being to SMALL!!!!!!!!
This is a good entry-level mp3/media player. It’s reminiscent of the last iPod Nano ever made where the majority of the device is screen, but of course in this case it’s all screen. The reason I call it an entry-level player is that it’s missing Bluetooth connectivity, which is the one glaring missing feature that would take this device to the next level, however in my case it’s exactly what I wanted.
I wanted to get a device that I could take with me on backpacking trips for media without having to use my phone. I often hike in remote areas without cell coverage so the phone is obsolete in that sense, therefore pre-loading my phone with media and using it for that purpose unnecessarily wears down my battery and prevents me from using it as a camera as long as I could have otherwise.
So to use this player you need to always have your wired earbuds which also act as an antenna for the FM radio. Speaking of the radio, it has an auto-search feature that finds the local stations fairly well. Using the other media features requires a little more patience. There is no way to play videos, songs, or pictured directly from their respective icons on the main screen if they are stored on the microSD card. You have to find them using the folder app and then access them that way. Also, for some reason the only cable that would let me connect to the player directly was the included cable. Other USB cables I had just didn’t work, so save the cable. So once you get past the software limitations, it’s a very good little media player that feel and looks like a more expensive player. It’s small which is what I wanted, and it’s handled every kind of media I’ve thrown at it. Oh and yes, it handles a 128 GB card with no problems.