For a low cost 2Gb MP3 player, the Aigo is a safe bet. Its not got the brand name of its competitors, but it does its job of playing MP3s and acting as an emergency dicatphone.
I'll start off with its biggest problem. The cover which hides away the USB connector is a bit too loose for my liking. It doesn't take much to pull it off and leave the connector exposed. In my opinion, some sort of lock is needed on there to hold it in place. It also needs to be removed to replace the AAA battery. It makes putting a battery in very tricky if you're on the move as you've got two covers to hold as well as fiddle with the batteries.
Another minor niggle is its size. If your USB ports are close together on your computer, you might need to move a couple of things for the Aigo to fit in.
As far as I'm concerned, those are its only bad points.
On the plus side, it's cheap compared to its rivals. It may not have the bells and whistles like its better known competitors, but it does its primary job well. It can cope with .mp3, .wma and .wav files. The navigation system is simple to understand and its volume range is reasonably large. There is a lock on it so that if any buttons are accidentally pressed, nothing happens.
The microphone is very basic and isn't the best quality, and it takes a bit of navigating to start recording, but as it's not what I want to use it for, it doesn't bother me in the slightest.
If you do want a low cost MP3 player that can store a lot of albums on and you don't car about the bells and whistles, then this could be for you. With a good battery life, it certainly makes it a very good buy.