Sumvision ICE 1000 Touch Screen Media Player - 8GB ReviewPosted on 2008-03-26 14:19:57 by Thomas De Maesschalck
Despite the flaws, I'd be willing to overlook the fiddly touch screen, the limited frames per second and the pretty ugly-looking UI. That's because, the Sumvision ICE 1000 does a pretty good job of providing advanced features - a 2.8in screen, a very pocketable, light and well-built chassis, FM tuner, and voice recording - at an incredibly low price. But its inability to offer basic functionality such as ID tag browsing or any kind of track ordering undermines my esteem for it severely. If you desperately want the 2.8in screen, can't stomach carrying around a bulky player such as the iPod Touch or YP-P2 and don't mind your tracks being played back in a completely random order, then it's not a bad option. Otherwise, I'd recommend you save a few more pounds and go for a Sansa View instead.