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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 4:42 pm   Post subject: Beark ! Which player? Back to top 

A while ago I bought a 1GB fake iPod, but I got a bit tired of the tedious interface.

I'm looking for a cheap MPx player (preferably with 2GB memory) which can sort songs by Artist, Album etc. like the real iPod, plus it should be easy to scroll through these lists quickly.

I'm not too bothered about flashy features like video, but would like a reasonably large (1.2" or bigger), organised screen.

Unfortunately, on websites such as Uxcell or eBay, they don't show how user friendly the players are: so I'm counting on you guys to guide me.

Thanks in advance. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 4:54 pm   Post subject:  Re: Which player? Back to top 

I suggest you search google for a teclast or meizu.


put \"geostar\" as your referal
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 5:08 pm   Post subject:  Re: Which player? Back to top 

Hi Epoxi,

You can start by looking at the Reviews of players by our other members --> here.

It will give you a good idea of some players and some UXcell players are reviewed there as well.

If you have the budget, go for a Meizu, Teclast or Sansa player, but in saying that there are some really good MP4 players as well which are cheaper.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 5:09 pm   Post subject:  Re: Which player? Back to top 

Edit: Thanks! I should have looked harder. Embarassed

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 5:49 pm   Post subject:  Re: Which player? Back to top 

There is a nice way to get a cheap good machine but requires lots of investigation and research.
This is to get a Teclast clone. Checking properly offers and carefully comparing Teclast C260 for instance with others you can get a Teclast clone.
Teclast is constantly delivering good firmwares for RK2608A rockchip devices adding new functionalities, which is what a rockchip owner needs.
Also has a fansite that will help you to know about your device,
Of course nor nor fansites will help like does, but are enough good to feel safe with the devices you'll get.
I was lucky to get a Teclast clone but my first choice will always be Meizu machines Smile

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