Your Questions About Mp3 Players With Wifi

William asks…

What type of mp3 player should i get?

My mp3 player just died. I am trying to fix it, but it looks like there is nothing that can really be done, I am now in the process of looking for a new one to buy. What would you suggest I get? I don't really want an i-pod though and do not want to spend more than $200. My old one was a 16gb creative zen.

dknol answers:

I heard the Zune HD is really good. The 16gb is only 164 bucks on amazon. It's touch and I think it has wifi too.

Sandy asks…

What is the best new phone with GPS and MP3 player?

I want a smartphone with a really good GPS navigation system (comparable to a new Garmin) and an MP3 player with the most memory I can get on the market today? Which one would you suggest I buy? Money is no object.
I am finding that the phones with GPS don't do GPS or mp3 very well. What are some really good mid-range GPS and mp3 devices? I am thinking I will buy the phone, mp3 and GPS separately.

dknol answers:

The HP hw6915 (http://www.mobileplanet.com/product.asp?code=132494) or hw6910 (http://www.mobileplanet.com/product.asp?code=130911), depending on if you want a camera or not, would be the best device for you. Both are quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE phones with bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS built in. Since they are Windows Mobile 5.0 devices, they come with Windows Media Player 10 pre-installed.

David asks…

Can I turn my old Motorola Rokr z6m slide phone into an mp3 player for my daughter?

I have an old motorola rokr z6m slide phone that I would like to turn into an mp3 player for my daughter. Is there a way to get rid of all the other junk and just leave the mp3 player part of the phone? I know she could just use it as is but all the other stuff might confuse her.

dknol answers:

Once you take out the SIM card it can no longer be used for making calls or web surfing (unless it's free WiFi). I don't know if you can still use it as a music player- but its easy to try and find out.
Open the back panel and remove the battery, underneath it is the SIM card's “pocket” (see page 13 in the link below).

Don't confuse the SIM with the memory card – also, this phone supports up to 2GB memory card which is not much, but enough for like 400-425 songs in everage mp3 quality (1GB of all microSD cards, greater than 1 GB storage guaranteed only for SanDisk microSD).

Susan asks…

What is the best mp3 player phone for t-mobile?

I want to get a phone that can hold mp3 songs on my phone so I can replace my phone and mp3 player into one device. I prefer to be able to rip my cd's onto the phone. I would also like to have wifi email. I was looking at the blackberry 8820 and the shadow. what would be the best phone for around $200 on ebay?

dknol answers:

I would definatley reccomend the samsung behold with t-mobile…..because it gives you the best quality as far as taking pictures with its 5mega pixel camera with flash and zoom capabilitys with the capability to record video. As far as music the behold support file formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and for video file formats: 3gp, mp4 (recoding) / 3gp, mp4, wmv, amr (play) or you can wait until feburary 25, 2009 for the samsung memoir and this phone is the best…..you will get….an 8.0 Megapixel Camera
Touch Screen
Stereo Bluetooth Connectivity
3G Capable
Access to Fun Downloads
Address Book
Alarm Clock
Auto Focus
Calculator
Calendar
E-mail
EDGE High-Speed Data
GPRS
GPS
Games
HiFi Ringers
High Speed Internet
Instant Messaging
Memory Card Slot
Mobile Backup
Multi-shot Camera Mode
Music and Video Player
Phone Book
Photo Caller ID
Picture Messaging
Real Web Browsing
Speakerphone
Speed Dial
Sync with PC
Task List
Text Messaging

James asks…

Which mp3 player is the best & where can I find it cheap?

I'd like to get a new mp3 player. What can you suggest? I'd like to watch video, listen to the music and carry it everywhere with me. I've heard about iPod Touch and Zune, my friends are saying that these are good options. Is that so?
Thanks to everybody!

dknol answers:

New 80GB Zune pad (squircle) is both a d-pad and a touch sensitive surface.

Personally, I got my 80GB Zune, and pretty happy with it.
Wireless syncing, good sound quality, and a nice touch control make this affordable player a good choice.

Zune 80 is 27% smaller than the Zune 30, and the best way to describe the design is modern and simple. FM Radio, WiFi sharing with friends and much more.

You can get brand new for around $240 on-line:
http://www.urlfunz.com/uO5cx
Buying on-line is much better way to go in my opinion, I saved tons of money ;)

Check out comparison of top 5 Hottest mp3 players on CaseyEquip[.]com homepage. You'll be surprised ;)

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