Posted on Tuesday, July 12 2005 @ 12:46:31 CEST by LSDsmurf
The player was quite compact, performed well, came with a semi-exciting music managing software and was priced just about right for anyone to pick up, if interested. The thing about the YP-MT6V was that it only had 256MB of flash memory, which could be enough depending upon your music library. For majority of the people, however, 256MB barely cuts it, especially when the MP3 player also provides other features such as voice recording functionality. So, what can we do to solve that problem? Increase the memory size, of course.