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Philips 1GB MP3 Player
$24.99 + $5 Shipping
- 1 Philips 1GB MP3 Player SA1110/37
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this one definitely gives me the mondays… still got useful linkage w/ comparison links though… wheter you like it or not… so many better options out there… not sure if i’d settle on this… but its possible.
HOw do these rate?
Philips makes mp3 players?
Not a bad price for it being new.
thats the smallest screen ever
Nice… but I’ll stick to my iPod.
I’m sorry. 24.99 for a non video playing unit these days is simply a rip off.
OK, the obvious question…
SYNCH or DRAG AND DROP?
Anything but drag n drop SUCKS. Dealbreaker if anything but.
I have the Philips 2 GB and love it. This should be a good deal.
no ogg no buy
Amazon.com Product Description
Enjoy all your favorite music on the go without sacrificing style or comfort with the chic Philips SA1110 MP3 player. The diminutive player measures a mere 1.12 by 3.27 by 0.87 inches (W x H x D) and weighs only 1 ounce, helping it fit comfortably in your pocket or around your neck. Yet its 1 GB of built-in flash memory stores up to 500 songs, so you have plenty of listening options while working out or commuting. In addition, the SA1110 functions as a USB mass storage device, with the ability to store text files, photos, and a host of other data for either file backup or information transfers. The device–which doesn’t require any special software for installation–automatically shows up as a removable drive in Windows Explorer, letting you simply drag and drop files to and from the device.
The SA1110 is a breeze to control thanks to the integrated folder browsing option, which offers a quick shortcut to finding and playing your favorite tunes. To use folder browsing, first organize your music into folders on your PC, giving the folders any name you like, then drag and drop the folders to your device. When you’re listening to the player, you can zoom to the songs by holding the next or previous key, after which you’ll see the folder names scrolling across one by one. Once you see the folder you’re seeking, release the button and the first song will start to play.
Another handy feature is the built-in digital voice recorder, which captures interviews, voice notes, or lectures in WAV format. Other details include four preset equalizer settings (classic, jazz, pop, and rock), a two-line LCD display with a green backlight, a USB 2.0 interface, and a keypad lock. The SA1110, which runs for up to eight hours on a single AAA battery (included), is backed by a one-year warranty.
What’s in the Box
SA1110 MP3 player, AAA battery, headphones, USB cable, software CD-ROM, user’s manual.
Flash MP3 player, 1 Gig memory, plays up to 8 hours of music, voice recorder, USB 2.0, backlit LCD display, small compact size,
Enjoy your MP3 and WMA music on the go with the Philips 1GB SA1110. Speedily transfer music and data via direct USB2.0. Enjoy your music your way with 4 equalizer presets and listen to music all day long on an AAA battery.
Retail at Amazon: $59, Used from $39
It’s no Zen, but w/e
$60 on Amazon…
this is a nice price for a little 1-gig flash player…
Is this crap? For the price and the fact that it’s not a refurb, I am reluctant to buy.
Isn’t this a pretty good price for a 1 GB USB stick anyway? It’s like you’re getting the storage with MP3 playback capability for free.
So where do I find a VIDEO player for 24.99?
If only it had ogg. Not too much to ask, but often met.