Bush 8GB MP3 Player with Video Player £34.99 @ Argos

Bush 8GB MP3 Player with Video Player £34.99 @ Argos

Found 2nd Oct 2009

3in screen size.

Stores up to 4,000 tracks.

Up to 8.5 hours MP3 playback.

DRM 10 compatible.

Up to 3 hours video playback.

Rechargeable via AC/DC adaptor.

Rechargeable via USB port.

TFT display.

Stores up to 2,660 photos.

2.0 USB port.


MP3/WMA compatible.

Normal, repeat one, repeat all, shuffle, repeat shuffle.

USB cable supplied.

Software supplied.

Minimum PC specification CPU 1.8GHz and 256MB.

In ear headphones supplied.

Built in 420 MAH Li-Polymer rechargeable battery.

Weight 59g.

Size (H)10.0, (W)5.3, (D)1.15cm.

Available in some stores still...


Free Bush leather case for Bush MP3 (524/2519) when you buy this item. To receive this offer; add both items to your trolley. Offer ends 6th October 2009.


Good luck finding this. None in any NI stores.

I'm getting a bit fed up of what seem to be none existent offers from Argos!!!

Can't find any near me in Newcastle.

1 left in Dundee overgate store, and for that reason voted hot!

Original Poster

There is one left in Ramsgate.

I stand corrected... there are 2 available... in the country!! :roll::roll:

Well...I have just managed to reserve one........

I got this at durham store on thurs its great:thumbsup:

Just got one of these for my Dad from the Midsomer Norton Argos (just wondered in, had a few I think). I also think Bath have some (based on an online check).

Don't forget to add the leather case to the order as you get it for free :-D.

First impressions are fair, it looks tidy (it's based on an ]A-Max Tech design, as are 60+% of these cheap own-brand/eBay MP3 players ;-)). Don't expect fantastic firmware support or very frequent upgrades.

Menu is usable, buttons respond well enough (but feel a little cheap). Screen is clear and bright. Some of the control/button combinations take a little experimentation to work out.

Usual things you would expect from a modern player like album art work fine, not messed with playlists etc. yet.

When connected via USB you can just bring it up as a Mass Storage (Disk Drive) Device or as a Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) Device so syncing with just about any music collection is pretty simple.

It also has a MicroSD slot (not SDHC compatible as far as I can tell, it did not read the 8GB SDHC I had laying about). I'll try this with a smaller capacity card later and see what the support is like. I'll also look into the chipset and what sort of software/hardware hacking potential the device has :whistling:.

All told it's a cheap a chearful MP3 player, not going to set any records but sound quality seems fair and the price is nice and cheap. If you want a cheap flash player then go for it. I won't be replacing the Zune's in the house with them but hey ;-).
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