Tomameri - MP3/MP4 Player with Rhombic Button, Including a 32 GB Micro SD Card and Maximum support 32GB, Compact Music & Video Player, Photo Viewer, Video and Voice Recorder Supported - Blue
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- The MP3 player comes with a 32 GB micro SD card, and your files can be stored on it. If space is not enough t or the included micro SD card for storage, you could replace it with another one with larger capacity.
- Compact and portable MP4 / MP3 Palyer; Capable of connecting easily to your computer with USB cable.
- It is easy to use with "Plug and Play" and it has a built in Li-ion battery, so that you are able to charge with a USB cable to your PC or a wall charger. Therefore, you needn't buy batteries.
- Comes with step by step instructions on how to add videos, music, pictures and and so on.
- With it, you never miss to enjoy your favourite music again, while at home or on holiday. Tech Support and Warranty only Handled by Tomameri.
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Note: Including A 32 GB Micro SD card . But you can exchange the card randomly, when using this MP3 player.
-Built-in Li-ion battery
-Playback of MP3 and video in AMV format can be supported
-While in the status of "ON" , you only take about 3-4 hours to charge
-Memory (External): up to 32 GB Micro SD card (included)
-Easy to operate with "Plug and Play"
-You are allowed to use a USB cable to connect your MP3 player to the PC or wall socket adapter for charging
-Image Viewing: JPG, GIF, BMP
- Play Modes: Normal, Folder, Repeat, Replay
- Languages: Dutch,German, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese.
Tech Support and Warranty only Handled by Tomameri.
1 x Blue MP3 Player
1 x 32 GB Micro SD card
1 x English User Manual
1 x Data Cable
1 x Earphone
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This has a lot of features, 16GB MP3 Player MP4 Player , Video Player with Photo Viewer, Voice Recorder, E-Book Reader ) and a slot for a micro SD card.
It is easy enough to use, pretty much plug and play, thought the buttons are confusing and I had to play around with the buttons a bit to get it figured out, but I also had to do that on the other players I have used.
I like the simplicity of just plugging it into your computer and dragging music over to it... you do the same for photos so it makes like so much easier when you can click and drag to a device.
The screen is average in quality but the photos look ok... I do not use the other features so I am reviewing the music and the photo aspect
The music is surprisingly good even with the little ear buds they provided, it is sharp and clear and can play quite loud if you like loud music, the quality is very good and I love to listen to some of my oldies with it. But I am not a fan of earbuds, so I replaced mine with some really good quality light weight headphones... the sounds were great before but with the really good earphones it is even better.
The player will shut itself off after ten minutes of non use so no need for off and on buttons and is kind of nice that it does that for it is so easy to forget to turn it off if you get distracted and removed the earbuds/earphones.
I am always out of the loop and never know what are good songs or even the name of the artists, so I shopped at amazon recently and loaded up my computer with Grammy nominees from various years to current... can't hardly go wrong that way, and I wound up with some fab music which I was able to drag over and drop into the player.
I walk 5 miles a day and need to have some music going for me or I would die of boredom.. this is great.. and I can rock down the road with this on.
My main complaint is that the vendor offers zero in the way of support. I can't bring myself to fork the money for a Walkman but maybe that's the only way to get an MP3 player that will work. As I write the player is plugged up to a USB port and I'm watching as the player goes from powered down (dark screen) to the connect screen to the music screen. I think that it has lost its mind.
Personally, if I had it to do over again I wouldn't!
What follows is the first (for me huge) disappointment. This thing does not play MP4 files! It does not even display them. I cannot believe that nobody here has noticed!
The user interface is insane: Go to Directory. Click the MENU button on a folder and it will take you to the next lower level BUT it will set you on an empty folder icon it creates, not on the next folder or first song in that folder. Clicking MENU again on that icon will take you out of the folder! Clicking play on anything in directory mode (even on a song) will take you up one level. You have to go into the directory with the MENU button, move to the next folder title or song title with the Fast forward button and so on, until you arrive at your song. You navigate on your song with the fast forward button then click MENU again! This will take you into playback mode. Now you can push the play button. There you go, piece of cake! If you were sitting on your couch you just throw a tantrum but do not attempt this in your car.
If it is not used for a few seconds the bugger will go into standby mode. Only problem, I have not figured out how to wake it up again. You have to turn it off with the sliding power button. Turn it back on. Switch it into music mode with the MENU button (the play button does nothing). It will take you to the first song in the main directory (not the last one you played). You may now push the PLAY button if you want to hear that song. If not, push the MENU button to get into directory mode and so on ;) I am not usually that tedious and boring but if you want to own this thing you better got exited about the last two paragraphs.
The audio plug started to give me trouble on day two...
Stay away from it it is not worth the trouble.