Pros Easy to use. Small, Lightweight. Attractive. Inexpensive. Great Value - with flash drive, it Doubles as storage and music player. Nice features - 15 EQ Settings + Custom EQ, blue backlight, belt clip, good sound quality, battery indicator, variable play m
Cons Buy a fresh pack of batteries when you buy the Companion. Folder view is limited. All mp3 players should come with retractable headphones.
Pros Doubles the use of a normal solid state mp3 player because the Cruzer Micro is already a USB drive. Works even better with 3rd-party headphones. As Cruzer drives fall in price, the mp3 Companion becomes more of a must-have.
Cons Supplied earphones fall out of larger ears (like mine).
Pros * Great price * generally a competent and reliable mid to low range mp3 player. I've seen better, but not at this price... * Good battery life. * Have had no trouble with battery cover - I suspect some other reviewers have had faulty units...
Cons * No m3u playlist support; doesn't really make use of id3 tags. * slightly cheap & flimsy-feeling construction. That said, I have had no problems. * Could definitely use a decent belt clip and lanyard attachment point.
Pros I don't know why other people are not rating this product as very good. Anyway it's great you can load your mp3's or wma files on your flash disk and use the cruzer application to load it. Make sure you put on the firmware. Easy to use and the sound qua
Cons Not much documentation. You really need to register and read up on info at the web page. Looks a little like cheap plastic, but hey it is not suppose to weigh like 10 lbs. The head phones are not very long so if you want something longer you may want to
Pros Convenient to load. Just drag files onto USB drive. Cheap compared to dedicated MP3 alternatives. USB drive doubles as a regular USD drive for data.
Cons Works well with 128k MP3 - no problems experienced. Plays higher quality MP3 e.g. 160k or Variable Bit Rates OK, BUT locks up if you try to skip forward or backwards to the next track - looks like the CPU can't hack the load.