This media player is a small, compact device. It comes with a 2GB flash memory drive. Now since this is a flash drive, it means that there are no moving parts in the player. Hence dropping it or subjecting it to sudden shaking and the like wont do any harm to the files stored. Since I use my player a lot while jogging, this feature is good. Besides being able to play MP3 and WMA audio files, this player can play video files in the MP4 format too. This is done via a 64k color screen. The video played is extremely sharp, detailed and colorful and is one of the best video playbacks I've seen so far. The player even displays the lyrics of the song! I still haven't figured out how to make it do that since the interface is a little confusing.There is even a phonebook function in the Taurus. Quite unusual for a media player, but is quite useless since most mobile phones have their own phonebooks. It also has FM radio and voice recording capabilities. The built in battery lasts up to 12 hours for audio playback and around 3 hours for video. A fairly good media player, but will never ever rival the Ipods in terms of features.