nice and easy to clip on and use plug and play
My mom gave my sister one for Christmas. A month later, it said it didn't have any files on it, even though she was listening to music the day before. Took it back to the store, tried another one. This one has a crappy battery. When it charges, it only gets two bars of battery, and they don't even last long. Don't try to but this.
For $22.99, you can't really go wrong with this tiny MP3 player. The storage capacity is enough for those who only listen to music for a couple of hours a day, but if you're big on sound quality, you're going to fill this device up pretty quickly. My music files average out at around 6MB, so I'll only get approximately 340 songs loaded. I highly doubt anyone can fit 1000 songs on this MP3 player unless you only listen to 8-bit soundtracks.The drag and drop style file transferring is really useful if you want to use it for storing other files (like a flash drive). Being able to access folders through the MP3 player itself is pretty nifty, however, I couldn't find a Play All function so I can only listen to one folder's worth of songs at a time. You can combat this by just placing all of your music in the root folder, but for those who like organization, you'll have to do without playing all of your music play consecutively.
I bought the mp3 player for a long road trip three weeks ago. Now this works fine. And the screen really helps. It will fast forward if you listen to long podcast. That just takes a bit.
To use the different functions you have to hit the button twice (at least on my model). Now it is not the fastest device for fast forwarding. But for $22.00 ($5 off coupon as well for getting a tire serviced) I can't complain.