This thing has been around for ages
by now, but for no apparent reason, iRock rebranded it into something called the "MP930ez". Cnet, seemingly busy with reviewing every single DAP they've found lying around in some corner of their digital testlab, decided that even cheap-ass stuff can't get away with sucking terribly.
Support for SD/MMC expansion cards; easy to use; less than $ 50.The bad:
Supports MP3 files only; only 128MB of built-in memory; no LCD; subpar battery life; slow USB 1.1 transfer speed; no shuffle or extended play modes.The bottom line:
The cheap and easy iRock 930 MP3ez might be a good starter MP3 player for a child, but if you're even slightly serious about digital audio, avoid this device.Verdict: