BoomGames heeft een review op het net gegooid van de PineUSA D'Music portable MP3 speler met 64MB aan geheugen. Hoewel de opslagcapaciteit dus al een stuk beter is geworden, blijkt toch dat de overige features niet helemaal vlekkeloos werken:
The previous firmware, 1.0, has been upgraded to 1.00E. While the E may not seem to have changed anything, I've seen a MAJOR improvement, although they still haven't killed some of my old problems.
The unit no longer crashed on me, although two glitches remain. The most annoying of them is the play time on the player. Some of my 3 minute songs become 1 hour and 46 minutes. The time raced by at the rate of one minute per two seconds, although the audio was perfect. Most of the time, the counter was functional, however.
What did go awry was the same recording glitch. The player must have been recording my voice onto the onboard music and run out of space. It changed the name of the sound from Voice001 to UNKNOWN s0df-93 or something of that sort. Immediately afterwards, the power was pulled. When I turned the unit back on, I was asked to format the memory. Obviously, I gave it a NO. All of the songs on my onboard memory were gone. I power-cycled it and answered yes to the format, still no songs.
While the firmware is still buggy, I really must complement them on their improvement over 1.00.