With the advent of the MP3 player you no longer have to carry around a ten pound CD case whenever you want music variety. Depending on the size of your mp3 player, you could possibly store up to 40,000 songs on it, making them the superior choice for music fans. With so many to choose from though, finding a good MP3 player worth the price you'll pay for it can be a chore.
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Though not the most popular MP3 manufacturers, iRiver has a track record of making quality players at affordable prices. The iRiver SPINN is no different. With multiple control methods, including a touch screen and a unique spin wheel, the SPINN is easy and fun to navigate. More than just an MP3 player, the iRiver SPINN can play multiple video formats, view pictures, text files and even play flash games.
Apple's line of iPod MP3 players have long since been the dominant name in MP3 playing devices, and for good reasons. Responsive, sleek and innovative, the iPod Touch is Apple's most full featured iPod to date. This device can do just about everything an iPhone can do, except make calls, making it one of the best MP3 players money can buy.
The Nano is one of the best selling iPod's Apple has ever released. Loved for its small size, the iPod Nano delivers great MP3 playback, great functionality and the reliability you've come to expect from an industry leader like Apple.
SanDisk Sansa Clip+
The Clip+ is an affordable MP3 player with great extras such as an FM tuner, voice recorder and a microSD slot. The microSD slot will allow you to insert a microSD card with even more music on it to offer this MP3 player a high level of expandability.
Sirius Stiletto 2
The Stiletto 2 is a great player for fans of Sirius satellite radio. With the ability to record Sirius programs, play them any time and play your MP3's, this is definitely a good choice for Sirius fans.
Sony X-Series Walkman
With innovative noise cancellation technology, a polished, user friendly interface and podcast support, Sony's entrant into the MP3 fray can certainly hold its own. With pricing similar to iPods and Zunes though, some may find this player lacking by comparison.
Creative Zen X-Fi
The X-Fi is great for many reasons. Among a huge list of features, it includes Wi-Fi capability and a 2.5 inch screen capable of beautiful video playback.
Philips GoGear Spark
The GoGear Spark packs tons of features into a tiny package. This ultra-portable MP3 player is also one of the most affordable on the market, earning it a spot on this list.
Microsoft Zune HD
The Zune HD features an amazing OLED display capable of delivering rich, very detailed video. Reviewers claim that this latest version of Microsoft's answer to the iPod actually holds a candle to the iPod with comparable features, quality and affordability.
Another great Apple product, the Shuffle is the smallest mp3 player Apple offers. Now equipped with VoiceOver, Shuffle comes with the ability to accept multiple voice commands for a totally hands free experience.
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