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(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Visual Land
Located in: Audio Visual
Visual Land V-Tap 8G Touch Screen, Steel
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
2.5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Good for the $.$$
By joesavyVerified Reviewer from La Habra, CA on 11/18/2010
Pros:
Attractive Design
Cons:
Poor Sound Quality
Best Uses:
In low light conditions, Smaller Rooms
Describe Yourself:
Tech Savvy
Was this a gift?:
No
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Visual Land Visual Land V-Tap 8G Touch Screen, Steel:

I purchased this player because of tap screen (not touch screen)also the price versus some of the others in the market. I have used it for about a year or so I own an iPod 30GB 5generation video player so the V-tap player was not a replacement, rather more of a video player replacement for the small screen on the iPod.

Here rae the goods:
Large screen lot of relestate to tap on with out any buttons to press.
Expanded flash card slot supports additional 8GB maybe more I have 8GB on mine.
FM radion works good with headphones only, the radion will not work with out them as it does not have an external or internal antena.
lots of preset equalizer settings including your own personal setting.
Audion files no problem video and picture files also no problem once you get the hang of it it's really eazy to add and view them.
The feel of this unit is very nice and solid feels really cool like a guy gadget.

The Bad:
visability in daylight is like 2% at best! so don't plan on using this outdoors even playing songs its kinda hard to see the tap buttons.
Mine will not take E-book files and V Land is horrible at suppoting you on any issues. But I will figure this out on my own one day.

Despite these issues I still gave it a good rating because it is just a cool device and as a video player indoors it works very well and I would recomend it to anyone with a little bit of computer skills.

 
poor quality / service
By MichaelVerified Reviewer from salt lake city, ut on 9/7/2010
Pros:
Attractive Design, Compact
Cons:
Bulky, Difficult To Set Up, Heavy, Not Durable, Poor Sound Quality
Best Uses:
Personal entertainment
Describe Yourself:
Practical, Tech Savvy
Was this a gift?:
No
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Visual Land Visual Land V-Tap 8G Touch Screen, Steel:

radio did not work out of the box, Visual Land tech support sucks

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