Everyone wants an MP3 Player today. They are portable devices that transport large amounts of video or music files. Some also play audio books as well.
If you are looking for an inexpensive one with very little in the way of "frills" then this is it. There is a small program you can install to transfer files to the player. I however, just used the "drag n drop" method. It was an ok beginner MP3 player but it doesn't do much or last very long. I got this for Christmas two years back and already it doesn't work. I try to connect it to my computer and it doesn't recognize the player. It may just be MY player but it was under $30 and I believe you get what you pay for.
I do like that it had a lock feature so you don't needlessly waste batteries. It also has a record option. The menu can be a bit difficult to navigate and takes some time to get used to. Before it stopped working I was going to load it with kids music for my son as I could lock it and he couldn't change anything.