OK, for the price, this amount of memory is fanstastic. The difficult part comes right after it's initial charging. The physical appearance of this Ematic player is quite like similar devices from Phillips. I have two of the Phillips players, but liked the idea of twice as much memory, so I bought one. Well actual operation of this Ematic player is quite confounding, and down-right difficult. So bigger than the Phillips, but a whole ton more difficult to use. Moving from one file to another is not at all obvious, and there is no on-screen hints or anything to assist you. If you've got Nelly Furtado in one file and anybody else in a different file, switching between the two is a huge pain in the butt. This model does include a feature that the Phillips odes not, a sort of "A - B" option switch that if you ever learn how to use it, your Ph.D. will be secured. And why is it there ?? The repeat feature too hard to handle?? True, it is not really easy, but it beats trying use this waste of processing space. Oh, and the Ematic web-site's "Help" does nothing of the kind. Even responses to e-mails sent to their customer relations department are useless. So memory good. Operation bad. The choice is yours Airborne
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