'poorly backlit display.'
'Bulky (but lightweight).'
'This mp3 player is very small in size and is great when working out and during activities because it never skips.'
'additional audio option'
'The supplied headphones are atrocious too and the plastic casing feels very breakable.'
'CNET Labs was able to coax only 18.5 hours out of the m200 series.'
'sorting through 4GB of songs can be a bit tedious, as the screen can display only three lines of text at a time,'
'Overall the player feels flimsy, with buttons and a battery cover that rattle when you shake the device.'
'it is not best when you want maximum performance.'
'The only negative we noticed was the cumbersome process of sifting through 1GB of files on a four-line display with three songs showing at a time; the iPod Nano'
'the battery life is short, and the batteries are not rechargeable.'
'Its sleek design fused with ultimate comfort.'
'Poor scrollwheel (for navigation and volume control).'
'It feels cheap and isn't smooth like the Rio Carbon's--not good, since it also acts as the volume control; in fact, adjusting the e100's volume is a true pain.'
'it could very easily get lost.'
'it's extremely slow.'
'Cruzer Micro is an incredibly small USB Flash Drive (UFD) that connects to a computer's USB port.'
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