'GREAT for music - not so much for everything else'
'A bit expensive, Feature-poor in some respects, Low-res screen'
'Most formats didn't play too well'
'large, video-worthy screen'
'proprietary 30-pin iPod connection and headphone jack'
'The non-standard headset jack that prevents you from plugging most headphones directly into the iPhone is gone as well--'
'bigger, better LCD, touch screen controls, thinner frame, Wi-Fi access'
'Combining satellite radio, MP3 (and other formats), and digital subscription service in one portable device, this could be the all-in-one product that a lot of people have been looking for.'
'The earbuds that come with the Helix are clearly inferior to the in-ear headphones that ship with the Inno, and some of the buttons have a much less satisfying feel.'
'The slightly bent design features a large metal clip to connect the player to bags, belts or hang it around the neck.'
'the first flash-based players to support subscription-based downloads.'
'I think this is a valiant attempt but still falls short of ideal.'
'It can connect to WEP-encrypted wireless networks but not those running WPA.'
'the remote could use a few more buttons.'
'The MP3 encoding is stunning, but if you use lossless AAC then you're in for a treat.'
'On the rear of the unit you will find only a few things which interrupt the smooth design.'
'Mediocre audio quality.'
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