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Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A solid alternative choice to an iPod

    Posted .

    The Insignia 2GB video player is a stellar deal for it's cost. I found the battery life to be excellent at around 8 hours for video and 20+ for music. Aside from music and video it also plays audible books and views pictures. The screen size is impressive. The controls are a tad tricky to use, but don't take much to get used to. I found the converting software nice, but for transfers I just used Windows Explorer or Media Player. Here's my thoughts condensed for easy viewing. -Pros Lots of features for a lower price than an iPod Two headphone jacks for letting a friend listen Excellent battery life that is user replacable Memory is expandable -Cons Case for player is difficult to take off after putting on Requires a computer to charge, limiting on the go recharging Playlist organization can be a bit difficult

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The real deal

    Posted .

    I wanted a Video iPod and was ready to make the $250 purchase until I started looking at this video player. I love my Insignia video player. It has outstanding video and MP3 player quality and more functions (such as radio) than the $250-350 iPod video players. Unike the iPods, which use small moving hard drives, this unit is all solid-state memory, so it's less likely to break from being jarred or dropped. It uses a cell-phone replaceable battery - and has a long play time - I watched two hours of video yesterday and the battery still reads full. Using .avi video files, a 1/2 hour TV show uses 178MB, an hour show 350MB and a full length movie 700MB so the 2GB can hold a lot - and you can add memory (SD micro) and double or tripple your available storage. The controls are not as elegant as the iPod but I think you'll like the player and have $75-$175 left in your pocket.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Insignia mp3 Player

    Posted .

    This is my first mp3 player and I love this product. It serves its purpose well and I have had no problems with it. It is a good price to pay and I love the idea that it has room for extra memory, if desired.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Insignia/Best Buy

    Posted .

    This was very disappointing to me, the bundled software never seemed to connect to the player, but Windows Media player does. I found out within a week the screen is very fragile, as it broke unexplainedly. I do like the fact that it uses a mini USB cable to hook up to it, and that it does have the micro SD slot. However, this slot is not protected, and it can pop out. The sound seems to be pretty good. The biggest disapointment was paying extra for the extended warrenty, that apparently does not cover the screen.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend