Philips GoGear SA2825 Video
Philips GoGear SA2825 Video Transcript
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>> Hey, I'm Donald Bell, Senior editor for Digital Audio and MP3 and today we're taking a First Look at the Philips GoGear SA2825. The GoGear SA2825 is a super small 2-gigabyte MP3 player that includes an FM radio, voice recording and an affordable price tag of just $49. The player measures just 1.5-inches square and a half an inch thick making it small and light enough to wear on your neck. Now, almost every major MP3 player company has their own version of the miniature, inexpensive MP3 player. Here we have the Creative Zen Stone, the SanDisk Sansa Clip and the Samsung S2 Pebble. What makes the GoGear SA2825 unique amongst most of these players is that it includes a 1-inch screen. Another one of the player's unique features is the smooth chrome front, which not only looks pretty cool, but also works as the player's navigation control. Squeezing the left or right edges of the screen skips back and forth between tracks. While squeezing the top or bottom as you scroll through lists or radio stations. Unfortunately, the reflective screen makes the player difficult to use in broad daylight. All in all, the GoGear SA2825 is a cool little MP3 player with a great price. For the money, a player like the SanDisk Sansa Clip offers more features and better sound quality, but we won't blame you if you go with the Philips just because it looks cooler. I'm Donald Bell and that was a First Look at the Philips GoGear SA2825.
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