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Mp3 players with atleast 15GB are usually midweight, average sized, and have sturdy but stylish design. Many of the features such as intuitive controls for accessing all your files, a touchscreen for smooth operation and easy navigation are available in the best mp3 players. Having a built-in memory with expansion slots for SD cards, there won't be any shortage of entertainment to choose from when you are on the move.

Other features such as FM tuner, photo viewing, gaming are a standard in these mp3 players. Having a large display of around 2 - 3 inches, watch videos, photos in bright light with rich colors. The built-in microphone allows you to record music or lectures easily.

With all these features it's no surprise that the best 15 GB mp3 players are the most selling audio devices right now. Check out our listing of these top rated mp3 players from below.

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Apple iPod Nano 7th Generation
Sony Walkman NWZ-F
Sony Walkman NWZ-E(2012)
Cowon X9
Cowon J3
Apple iPod Nano 16 GB Silver Digital Media Player
Sony Black 16 GB NWZ-F805BLK Digital Media Player
Sony Walkman NWZ-E475BLK (16 GB) Digital Media Player
COWON X9 16GB Video MP3 Player
Cowon J3  16 GB  MP3 Player
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Release Date
Oct 2012
Aug 2012
Aug 2012
Aug 2012
Apr 2010
Storage Capacity
16.0 GB
16.0 GB
16.0 GB
16.0 GB
16.0 GB
Main Storage Type
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Micro SD Card
Built-in Memory
Expansion Slots
Without Expansion Slots
Internal Flash Drive
Without Expansion Slots
microSD
SD Memory Card
Family Line
iPod nano
Sony WALKMAN
Sony WALKMAN
Number of Songs
4100.0
4100.0
4100.0
4000.0
4000.0
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Music, Video, Photo Viewing
Music, Video, Photo Viewing
Music, Video, Photo Viewing, FM
Music, Video, Recording, Photo Viewing
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  • The seventh-generation iPod Nano is an incredibly compact portable media player with gym-friendly features, but it's overshadowed by the superior value of Apple's iPod Shuffle and fourth-generation iPod Touch.


  • The 2012 iPod nano 7th generation doesn't have the chops to make the same impact as a new iPod touch or iPhone 5. Its screen isn't great in some respects, it's a bit expensive and it doesn't do all that much. However, it's so much of a joy to use on a day-to-day basis that we can learn to accept most of its limitations. Strong design and Apple's excellent UI are enough to mitigate this partly underwhelming redesign.


  • The seventh-generation iPod Nano is a fine product, but we're not entirely sure who it's for. It comes across like a breeding experiment between an iPod Shuffle and iPod Touch. The kid is cute, but we think most people will be better served by its parents.

    For fitness types, the physical controls, simplicity, clip-on design and AU$55 price of the iPod Shuffle make it seem like the better deal.


  • The Cowon X9 is the latest portable MP3 and video player from the Korean audio brand. However, in some respects it feels like a step back when compared with older models. Its touchscreen is resistive, its display low-res and it doesn't have the storage to justify the bulky design. Cowon needs to get with the times, or it'll soon be game over.


  • The Cowon X9 is available in three variants - 8GB, priced at Rs. 11,999, 16GB at Rs. 13,200 and 32GB priced at Rs. 15,500. Those prices simply do not justify the devices capabilities. With 7-inch tablets available for much less with features such as HDMI out plus full HD video palyback, the Cowon X9 with it's ridiculously high battery capacity and even it's onboard storage doesn't stand a chance.


  • The Cowon J3 offers some new features that the older S9 missed out like memory card support, longer battery life and built-in speaker. It carries the same Cowon's traditional sound which is very good. Coupled with wide file format support and many other useful features, the J3 is one attractive PMP but with a rather high price tag. iPod Touch users may not like its lack of support for apps and WiFi, but its impressive media playback quality would lure sole PMP users.


  • Unless you really care about audio quality, forget the Cowon J3. It's expensive and the interface can be hard to get your head around - but match it with a great pair of headphones and sonic bliss awaits.


  • The Cowon J3 is a portable media player (PMP) launched in Korea during early 2010. It features a 3.3" AMOLED touchscreen display (480x272), Bluetooth wireless technology, and up to 16GB of internal storage memory.


Top 5 15 gb mp3 player:

  1. Apple iPod Nano 16 GB Silver Digital Media Player
  2. Sony Black 16 GB NWZ-F805BLK Digital Media Player
  3. Sony Walkman NWZ-E475BLK (16 GB) Digital Media Player
  4. COWON X9 16GB Video MP3 Player
  5. Cowon J3 16 GB MP3 Player