Tune in to find out where you can get a reliable, great sounding, easy-to-use MP3 player. We've reviewed MP3 and MP4 players, putting them to the test for their sound quality, usability and battery life.
There are two types of MP3 and MP4 players – hard disk and solid state.
Larger-capacity players use a hard disk for storage, much like a PC does. They tend to be bulkier than solid-state players, but you can fit more music on to them.
Solid-state players get their name because they have no moving parts. This means the players can be incredibly small and light, but in many cases you can't store a huge number of songs on them.
Below, we explain more about the features of MP3 players.