I bought this player because it seemed cheap, and because it was so small. The storage of 32MB seemed small but fair for the price. It did come as two separate 16MB MMC cards, and you can't overlap songs across them so you end up with some wasted space. The controls are also quite difficult to get the hang of, and pressing the wrong button twice by accident means you can end up deleting tracks from memory. The major downfall is the battery life which is quoted as around 4 hours. Mine died after two and a half hours of use. So I sent it back and got Yelo DMP32, which worked out £30 cheaper and lasts about five times longer.
Woohoo! I won a Pine digital mp3 player from lineone in this competition I entered and i am so happy! I think that it is a neat little mp3 player with some good options. No, it hasn't crashed on me at all yet and it is cheap and reliable. The quality and sound of the songs are good and it can hold up to about 20 full length songs on it, which is more than enough to what you need. I recommend it to everyone reading this review, and i hope that you win one too! Hey, i can't complain if it is free! HE HE HE!
This is a good little player but has a tendancy to creash or quit while downloading, thus deleting all MP3's on the player!! This is very annoying! If you call Pine the send off a new one! The disk space is 32mb + 32mb can be added to make the total memory 64mb, approx 24 songs! This is quite small compared to the other player on the market, but has the advantage of being cheap and light! Thr screen is a good size and the buttons are not to small, the features are easy to use and control and the ear phones you get are of a medium quality.