Tuesday, January 15, 2008

How to Buy an Omega MP4 Player

So you've decided that an Omega MP4 player is what you want, but with so many options available you're not sure which Omega model to choose. You also don't want to pay too much for your MP4 player. Here is how to get the best deal on your Omega MP4 player and get the options you want.

Difficulty: Moderately Easy

Step 1
Set a budget. No sense using the grocery money for buying your Omega. Expect the MP4 player to set you back around 75 to 200 dollars, depending on the features. Budget accordingly.

Step 2
Define your MP4 viewing habits. Omega MP4 players come in 1, 2 and 4 MB memory capacity. If you'll be using it to load lots of complicated graphics, try one of the 4 MB. Also, most Omega MP4 players come in combination with an MP3 player. This way they can serve a dual purpose of playing video and audio replacing the need for the MP3.

Step 3
Check out consumer ratings. Places like epinions.com has loads of consumer ratings on all sorts of products.

Step 4
Select the model of MP4 player that has all the features you need with the best consumer rating. The Omega V88 is great because it has the 4 MB of flash memory, 3 to 4 hours of video playback time and supports all sorts of video and audio file formats.

Step 5
Shop around. Some sites, like uxcell.com, offer a best price guarantee. UXcell also has a great selection of MP4 players available.

Tips & Warnings
Avoid buying an MP4 Player used, unless you know and trust the seller, since these small portable electronics can be easily dropped and damaged.
by eHow Electronics Editor

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