Impressive audio performance
Compatible with iTunes; drag and drop to add tunes
Built-in rechargeable battery
'The hardest part of the whole process was navigating the ASUS website (when it was up). '
'sadly no built-in Wi-Fi'
'Huge range of file support • Simple and elegant GUI • Remote that doesn't suck • eSATA support. '
'good small and solid MP3 player'
'small and compact design'
'Lots of features.'
'A nice touch when listening quietly and its low enough (even at maximum volume) not to annoy people more than a couple of seats away on a bus or a train, something I cannot say for some other devices. '
FM tuner and voice recording
'The 5G iPod is available in black or white, and its polished backside gently slopes in from the front of the player, so it glides into pockets.'
'The 5GB (well, it's not even 5gb, it's actually around 4.6gb) is just too small.'
'Not compatible with some old accessories.'
'The 2.5-inch screen that?s on the new iPod is capable of displaying photos and video at up to a 320x240 resolution, either on the iPod's own LCD or when output to a television.'
'FM radio reception isn't great and connection of the Clip with Rhapsody was problematic.'
'The EQ is responsive, but it cuts frequencies instead of boosting them.'
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