“ Portable MP3 Player / Wharfedale / 8 Hours Playback / 2 Hours video playback / Rechargeable via USB port / Stores up to 3900 photos / 4GB memoryMP3/WMA compatible „
I bought this media player a couple of years ago as the price was good and I thought my old one was broken. I had a Sansa before, have since discovered the micro sd card was the cause of the Sansa's malfunction and tend to use it more than this one as it frustrates me so much, your songs tend to ''get lost'' in totally randomised sets and not so easy to find them when you don't have a wheel to scroll and it takes ages sliding your finger up & down. Touch panel drives me crazy in the summer when it's too warm to feel the heat of your fingers & is efectively useless. My menu key has never worked properly ever & have trouble accessing settings & stuff. Looks good & exellent sound quality but honestly that's only thing that is all good :(
I received this smart looking slimline mp3 player as a Christmas present, and was initially pleasantly surprised. Prior to this I had a Phillips jukebox, which literally died a horrible death, never to be revived - sad, but true. With the Wharfedale, the first thing I noticed was the 1.8" colour TFT screen - it could have potentially been bigger-especially for video playback. Saying this, I liked the actual design of it - the touchscreen capability of the buttons below the screen, and the sleek thickness ((H)9, (W)4, (D)0.8 cm) of the actual device - it fitted comfortably alongside my phone without me noticing it was there. The memory capacity of 4GB (1000MP3/2000 WMA tracks)was great and the sound quality was relatively ok with the headphones supplied, but I got some more state of the art headphones as I was not too impressed. After this minor adjustment it worked like a dream. I often go to the gym, so they were pretty much attached to me. The battery life was good, in that i wouldnt need to charge it again for about a week - of roughly 8 hours use. A few months after having it though, it suddenly decided to stop working. I do not recall it being damaged in any way, but promptly returned it, luckily at Argos for a full refund. Reliability wise, it's not all that.
hi, i think its good enough for the money you pay, i have one of them bought from argos for £ 22. I like that it has got large memory 4GB, you can store up to 1000 mp3 songs, thats enough wherever you go, traveling, out about or just at home, no need to change songs very often, because 1000 songs thats a lot plus you can watch videos and pictures, I personaly only use for listening songs. The sound quality it is ok, i can't say that is very good, but you still get clear sound and playback time it's about 8 hours and you can recharge it from computer via usb cable, that's very handy, because you don't need to change batteries, which in a long run could be expensive. This is good for people who don't want any complicated things, it is very simple to use it and doesn't cost lot of money.
Minimum PC specification Microsoft Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP. CPU: Intel Pentium 3, Pentium 4 and other CPU with relevant functions. RAM: 64MB or above. Harddisk Space: 200 MB idle memory or above.