Philips GoGear ViBE
Released April, 2010
The Pros:Sound is crisp and clear, above-average clarity for this range of MP3 player. File transfers onto the player are very quick. Will charge up with any MiniB USB 2.0 connector, including Motorola cellphone chargers.
The Cons:Included earphones are fairly cheap, sound tinny and don't handle bass well. Converter software for videos is very picky, not compatible with most video types. Won't play unconverted video, all needs to be fed through proprietary software.
The Philips GoGear ViBE is an entry-level MP4 video player that can play audio and video files, as well as display still-image photos. As the second iteration in the ViBE series, the new GoGear ViBE offers a user-friendlier interface in addition to more sophisticated color options.
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Like its counterpart, the ViBE is available in 4GB/8GB capacities and designed to handle a multiple of functions, including capturing low-resolution videos, playing back both MP3 and MPEG4 videos, and accessing RDS-enabled FM broadcasts. Featured also is a backlit LCD display for viewing and organizing files, a long-lasting battery, and a USB interface for charging and file transfers.
- GoGear ViBE
- Black/Silver Colors
- FullSound Technology w/DSP
- DRM-Enabled Audio/Video Playback
- MP4 Video Capture: 128x128 @30fps
- MP3/WAV/WMA/FLAC/APE Compression
- JPEG/BMP Picture Compression
- High-Resolution LCD Display
- 8/16GB Built-In Memory
- Integrated Mono Microphone
- Voice Recording
- RDS-Enabled FM Tuner
- 6-Option Equalizer
- Li-Polymer Battery (24-Hour Audio)
- Battery Life Indicator
- 3.5mm Headphone Jack
- USB Interface
- Windows Compatibility
- AY3832 In-Ear Earphones (Included)
- Media Converter
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User Reviews (2)
sound is crisp and clear, above-average clarity for this range of MP3 player
file transfers onto the player are very quick
will charge up with any MiniB USB 2.0 connector, including Motorola cellphone chargers
generally easy to use, don't need to read the manual
included earphones are fairly cheap, sound tinny and don't handle bass well
converter software for videos is very picky, not compatible with most video types
won't play unconverted video, all needs to be fed through proprietary software
fast forwarding and rewinding take a little getting used to
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