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Sumvision M18 4GB

I thought this was just an MP3/FM stick as it doesn't mention data storage capability, but I found a review of the 1gb version and it states that it holds data too. So for £25 delivered with Google Checkout it's a good alternative to a 4GB flash drive. It's also available in blue, pink and black, thought the black one is a little more expensive.

Review:

http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/portable-mp3-player/sumvision-m18-1gb/1017627/
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#1
I have one of these, it does what it says on the tin. But you do get what you pay for, it was a nightmare copying 4gb of music on to it, i troed it on 3 PC's and it would just stop after so many mb's it took about 10 goes to eventually get the 4gb across.
#2
Excellent price Janeyjugs :)
#3
Thanks Edi :) I Found the manual, if it's any use to anyone:

http://svp.co.uk/helpdesk/index.php?_m=downloads&_a=viewdownload&downloaditemid=30&nav=0
#4
any ideas if I can use my visa electron to sign with google checkout and ebuyer?
#5
Firstly, well done Janey on finding the manual.

I had a look and couldn't find it anywhere, it'll be a great help to me.

I bought the 2gb version of this player a few months ago after having a LOGIK 4gb player which was atrocious.

I've had no problems with it at all. The menu system isn't too user friendly but once you get the hang of it it's fine.

I bought mine preowned so didn't get a manual, but even so I eventually worked out how it operated and it's great. To get a 4gb version (with an FM tuner which is OK) for £25 is an absolute steal.

I'd recommend it. Please whatever you do, just don't buy a LOGIK...
#6
What type of battery (Lithium, AAA etc.) does this use?
#7
Assuming it's the same as my 2GB one, it takes a single AAA battery.

If you get a high output rechargeable AAA battery it lasts for ages. I've had at least 8 hours out of the one I have in at the moment and it's still indicating that the battery has half it's charge.

Hope this helps.
#8
Just be a bit wary as this is usb1.1 so slower data transfer etc.
But for £32.32 - £10 google checkout ie £22.32 plus delivery (total = £25.06), it is still a very good price for 4GB with MP3 and radio.

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