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Trekstor 74412 i.Beat emo 2GB MP3 Player

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  • Includes - USB 2.0 Cable, Stereo Headphones (Integrated in the neck strap), Software & Driver CD and Operating Instructions
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TrekStor i.Beat emo (74412), a stylish Video capable MP3 player with an Integrated sharp 1.44" CSTN LCD color display, it not only plays music, but also stores photos and offers video playback as well. Packed with features, emo incorporates a built-in stereo FM tuner, ID3 Tag display, and a Voice Recorder with built-in microphone. Based on Flash Memory storage, the 2GB i.Beat emo can hold about 500 songs, or around 10 hours of continuous listening. In addition to conventional MP3, WMA and WAV files, the new emo player supports WMA-DRM9 (Secured Files) Format for playing songs purchased over the Web. As a movie player, it plays back video in SMV format and can be used to store photos as well. It can also record WAV files directly from the built-in radio. The lithium polymer battery playback is rated at 10 hours and can be recharged via a USB interface. It also features 20 radio station presets with automatic station search, 19 equalizer settings and 5 repeat functions, user-defined equalizer for individualized sound and folder navigation. Additional functions include picture viewer to display photos in JPEG & BMP formats, slide-show function, shuffle function, resume function, delete function, auto shut-off with sleep timer function and much more. The slim player, measuring 1.6" wide x 3.0" tall x 0.47" thick, weighs just over 1 ounce. Suitable for Windows 98(SE), ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS X, Linux from Kernel 2.6.x. For those who are looking for a state-of-the-art, exceptionally engineered portable player at an affordable price, the i.Beat emo is your best choice.

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Brand NameTrekStor
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions5.6 x 3.8 x 2.4 inches
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013RUY6O
Best Sellers Rank #242,859 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces
Date First AvailableFebruary 11, 2008
  
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bottecchia on July 23, 2008
In most ways, I'd agree with the first review. I also got mine at OfficeDepot, with a rebate of 80% of the purchase price. And, I was mostly happy with the available functions and usability, except for the fact that sometimes a button has to be pushed twice before the intended action occurs. But, one serioius caution: After about a month, the screen stopped working. It would light, but no image. I could tell from attaching it to the computer that the memory was intact. Nothing in the user manual helped, neither did the 'reset' button, FAQs on their website, or re-loading the operating system. That's when I discovered that neither the packaging nor the manual nor the Trekstor website said anything about product warranty (except that it was guaranteed for the intended purpose - but no time-frame or instructions.) I sent email to Trekstor support outlining the problem and got back a reply the next day (nice and fast!) advising me to reload the operating system (which I had already done). My response to Trekstor support, telling them their advice hadn't helped, got no answer. And, they didn't respond to several subsequent email-support submissions either, and it has been about 10 days now. Fortunately for me, OfficeDepot was nice enough to exchange it for me. This might be a product where it makes sense to buy the retailer's extended warranty - there doesn't seem to be one from the manufacturer.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By herodvii on June 16, 2008
I purchased my 2gb Trekstor i.beat EMO from Office Depot for $[...] with a $[...] rebate, which makes the final price $[...]. I was very surprised to find that this is a really good gadjet. The packaging is really top notch, and the player it does everything that it is supposed to. I charged it, and downloaded around 100 songs. It seemed to take around 5 seconds to download each song. I really liked the sound quality. You have 19 EQ presets to choose from. It comes with software to convert MPG, AVI, and WMV to SMV format in order to play video on the unit. I downloaded a couple of free videos from the net and converted them. The software worked quickly, and the download to the trekstor worked perfectly. I was very satisfied with the video playback on the unit. The screen is tiny and the resolution is not the greatest, but I am satisfied with the look of it considering the cost of the player. The headphones are also nice. It has the lanyard that goes around your neck with a clip on holder for the mp3 player. It's nice that you can keep the whole unit together for simple use. It also has an FM radio/recorder. You can record FM broadcasts as well as use it as a voice recorder. I am sure that there are a lot of people that will unfairly compare it to an ipod or other expensive players. This is a great choice for someone looking for a great MP3 player for a giveaway price. You cannot beat this deal for $[...]. I think that it is worth $[...] if you cant find one on sale. The Trekstor EMO looks great and sounds great. You can't go wrong with this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Working from Home on February 1, 2009
I got this from Office Depot about 2 months ago. It takes some time to figure out, and it has a few little things I don't like about it, but it still does it's job great. It can hold music, videos, pictures, voice recordings, and it plays the radio, too. You can easily put videos off of Youtube onto it, if you have the right software. It organizes music files, and you can switch from file to file by briefly clicking the power button.
One thing I don't like is that while scrolling through videos, you have to press the next button multiple times to go to the next one. It also doesn't sort them by file, so it makes it hard to find the one you want.
Another thing I don't like is that it can only take a certain kind of headphones. The ones it comes with, or ones that are a certain type. Can't remember the exact ones right now... You also can't plug in into the car, cause it'll break.
It's a good idea to have it on "keys locked" mode when you turn it off. Otherwise, it'll turn on by itself, and eat the battery up. The battery charges when it's hooked up to the computer, and lasts 10 hours when full. Make sure to always "safely remove software" when you go to unplug it, otherwise it'll break.

Over all, this product is good. It has to put up with a lot - I use it everyday. It works great, and it looks great too. I've had people tell me it looks like a more expensive brand.
BUT, I would highly recommend you just buy another mp3 player. There are WAY better ones out there for less money. This one wasn't really worth even $20.

So that's my review for the Trekstor 74412 i.Beat emo 2GB MP3 Player.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Techie Geek on March 14, 2010
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This is the MP3 player of my dreams! i have owned 4 in my life, and this is by far the best! It took me a while to figure out all it has to offer, but it is great. I am a clumsy person who drops my MP3 players, might get them wet, yada yada yada...this is the best. BTW, Cobys suck. they are cheap and worthless. I had two and the first broke within the year (power button) and the second in 5 days (usb compartments fell out completely). I have a generic that i also keep for emergencies, since i can't live w/o music.

I didn't know that it was a 2GB when i purchased it. It's a nice surprise...Nice look. The only thing i don't like are the headphones. Throw them out, replace them. I thought i had gone deaf when i played my music and i could barely hear it at full volume. I waited until they wore out (about a week of heavy use), and put in my spares (china-made, ebay-bought cheap) and turned on my IBeat, and i nearly went deaf then! The music was so loud! So, as i said, throw the headphones out and get another pair. Dollar Tree ones should be fine enough, so another dollar...whoopie.

Good Video quality, download the converter from the included cd. It doesn't skip, and if you turn it off while it's playing, it'll continue right from where you left off when you turn on. With my emergency player, it turns off when it pleases, even when in 'Lock' position...not this one. I don't even turn it on lock...how nice!
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