Stylish design, DAB+ support, Good lossless format support
FM tuner and voice recording
An excellent music player, but mediocre in other areas
MicroSD card expansion
Android is almost unusable
'the screen is bright and colorful, it has a maximum resolution of only 220x176 and 65,000 colors, though SanDisk says it's possible that a future version could go up to 260,000 colors.'
'The e280 looks identical to the e250, with an iPod-esque vertical orientation, mechanical backlit scroll wheel and glossy black casing.'
'very attractive, sleek design'
'A clean, slick, album art augmented interface'
'pretty decent video-viewing devices'
'the O2 proved capable of playing files of a much higher resolution than its screen's native size - the best we managed was a 24f/s 720p AVI file.'
'incredibly intuitive design and won iRiver heaps'
'the L-Player’s built-in FM radio is excellent.'
'It features an ergonomic contoured design, SRS WOW HD sound field technology and support for a wide range of audio and video formats. '
'No USB extension cable.'
'amazing battery life'
'It is relatively cheap and it holds a decent amount of songs.'
'The FY400 is definitely small and stylish.'
'I had trouble even finding suitable video to use for my tests: The device supports only certain .avi files and variants of Windows Media (.wmv) files.'
'The main issue is the control pad--it's just bad.'
'The video was grainy and exhibited poor contrast, and bright colors--especially yellow--appeared blotchy and badly pixelated.'
'sleek durable shell and features rechargeable batteries'
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