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Date: November 30th, 2006
Article by: Mike Carter (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Merconnet
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS



Overall, the AnyDrive is a mixed bag. By itself, it's a decent enough player, but very limited. Lack of file support, quirky backlighting, and all but useless instructions knock the Anydrive down a few notches.


It's also pricey for what it is. For the cost of the AnyDrive and a couple of 1GB SD cards, you could buy a much better player, such as a Shuffle or iRiver, and a separate FM transmitter.


On the other hand, though, if you have one of the above players, and just want an FM transmitter, you could certainly do worse than the AnyDrive, plus you have the option of extending your player's memory with the onboard card reader. In this regard, the AnyDrive is still one of the best units around. With a little tweaking, the AnyDrive could be a killer product.

 

Pros


- Great FM transmitter
- Included cables and 12v power adapter
- SD /MMC card and USB drive flexibility


Cons


- A little too expensive
- Goofy backlighting
- Poor instructions

 

 

If you have any further questions about this multifunction MP3 player, please feel free to post them in our friendly forums HERE.

 

 


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