Released August, 2010
The Pros:Excellent price point for a number of iPod Touch-like features. Lightweight and portable. Pretty comprehensive audio format support (including FLAC) and AVI video.
The Cons:Instruction manual is substandard. The software and UI aren't very polished, lockups aren't entirely uncommon. Questionable build quality--feels platicky and seems flimsy.
The Coby MP828 is a touchscreen, video MP3 player featuring a 2.8” touchscreen display for quick and easy access to media files. Technically, its in the same category as the iPod Touch, but lacks WiFi or Internet access, and does not support any new apps to be installed.
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The top unit in the MP800 series, the player features a camera for capturing photos and videos, support for Xvid video playback, support for MP3 and iTune audio files, and support for FM radio with tags. Plus it includes a miniSD memory expansion port for upgrading past the 4GB/8GB storage limit. Like its 800-Series siblings, it has a 25-hour rechargeable battery, and stereo/USB connections. Users report that the Coby MP828 performs well and is easy to use. However, its screen is weak and prone to shattering if accidentally dropped.
- 2.8” Widescreen TFT LCD Touchscreen Display (242x480)
- Integrated Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery (25-Hours)
- Support for MP3, WMA, ACC, FLAC, WAV Audio
- Support for AVI(MPEG-4/XviD)
- Support for JPG, BMP, GIF Photos
- Support for TXT Documents
- MiniSD Memory Expansion
- USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Interface
- Built In Camera
- Stereo Jack
- Stereo Earphones (Included Accessory)
- USB Cable (Included Accessory)
- Protective Pouch (Included Accessory)
- Coby MP828-4GBLK | 4GB, Black
- Coby MP828-8GBLK | 8GB, Black
User Reviews (53)
Excellent price point for a number of iPod Touch-like features.
Pretty comprehensive audio format support (including FLAC) and AVI video.
plays music nicely nice videos and everything.
Expandable storage via miniSD.
Pretty good battery life (25 hours of playback).
Instruction manual is substandard
The software and UI aren't very polished, lockups aren't entirely uncommon.
Questionable build quality--feels platicky and seems flimsy.
hard to get "text" on there cant read them once there on there either.
Can not read by folder, so it is hard to find a music if artist is not referred.
not very intuitive or user friendly
A little on the bulky side.
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