Good sound quality.
Solid video/music/photo compatibility and performance.
Outstanding Bluetooth connectivity, with no firmware update needed.
Incredible complement of both fun and practical "Widgets" (applications).
Luxurious looks and build.
Inventive use of Bluetooth.
Great looking and durable design.
Variety of bluetooth abilities.
Looks too plain.
Controls and certain features can be a challenge to figure out.
Paid music subscriptions not supported.
A few minor file transfer glitches.
Interface is far from perfect.
Sound lacks excitement of other players.
No Wi-Fi or Web browser.
Headphone jack on bottom.
Wireless phone conversations work only with certain handsets.
Skipping to previous song in shuffle will play a random song.
Touch screen isn't sensitive enough.
User interface isn't always intuitive.
Weak video codec support.
Bluetooth A2DP sounds compressed.
No ID3 support for AAC and FLAC.
Some album art incompatible.
Screen could've been better.
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