Written on: 05/08/2009
ATMT STORM 20gb - After a short time encountered a Partition error. Hopless for a senior citezin (read more)
Written on: 15/01/2007 by suntouch (1 review written)
I really don't have anything bad to say about it, flawless really, considering how much it cost, and it didn't seem to have any of these moody glitches and freezes which are often associated with iPods and iRivers, both of which I have owned, and disowned. Anyway, one thing that makes this even better is some good sony headphones, the proper ones which go right in your ear, they rule. (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2007 by joey1234 (1 review written)
I've had this player for about 5 months now and i have had no problems with the battery so far as some people have. This is a really good player for its price and it's not as ugly as some people have said it is. The ear phones are cheap and flimsy so i replaced them with some Sony Walkman ones.
Over all a great player for the price (read more)
Written on: 01/01/2007 by Ian 1234 (2 reviews written)
One of those "you get what you pay for" items, less than £100 for a 20GB HDD MP3 player, says it all really, if you remember its not an Ipod, thankfully some would say and play it through a decent set of headphones, I use Sennheisers, you should be satisfied.
Would I buy another, yes. (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2006 by Calse92 (19 reviews written)
ATMT's debut MP3 player seems big compared to others on the market, but it's bargain bin style price means this is perfect for people with a budget. At just over £105.00 it's really not a bank breaker. And the massive memory of 20Gb will wipe the smile off of your smug friends faces with their iPod Nano's. The ATMT STORM 1.8" 20GB MP3 Player & Portable Hard Drive may be large, and not that pretty, but you won't see it half of the time as it will be in your pocket; and for those who are... (read more)
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