With a certain other MP3 player dominating the market other offerings are often overlooked. This Samsung one is certainly not going to cause a stir, but for anyone who just simply wants to listen to music without having the latest high end gadget, it's not half bad.
The first thing I immediately notice with this MP3 player is just how light weight it is. It's not too small an MP3 player but it's so incredibly light weight that you might mistaken it for a dummy model. The player does have an integrated battery, as most mp3 players do, and it is rather good looking. It has a colourful screen and a nice sleek feel to it, making it look more expensive than it really is. One downside is that you can't charge this up from the wall, it has to be connected to your PC. It also doesn't use a standard USB cable either, so you will always have to hunt out the one made for this player.
It's only 4GB, which in today's market isn't much, but it offers drag and drop for your files. The touch pad does take a while to get used to but once you have mastered it then it's quite easy to navigate through the menus.
The music quality itself isn't bad, though the supplied ear phones aren't the type I prefer to use, I did test them but they weren't as good as using your own.
Overall not a bad MP3 player if you want something extremely light weight. It's not too expensive and makes for a decent cheap MP3 player.