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Topic # 28799 12-Dec-2008 00:46 Send private message

Has anyone had experience with these:
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Electronics-photography/Portable-audio-iPods/MP3-players/8-10GB/auction-192689155.htm
Or simalar, looking for something cheap to tide me over for a while until I can folk out for a touch (or an iPhone) How bad are these knock offs?

Any thoughts or reccomendations?




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  Reply # 183659 12-Dec-2008 01:13 Send private message

someone i know bought one back from china - the music sounded ok but we had a bunch of problems whn we deleted the wrong directory off the flash disk.  it wouldnt work until we created the correct directory name again.  They also tend to be a little unintuitive to control and the instructions (if any) can be painful to try and follow. 




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