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...and you can actually see our photographer's hand in the screen glare. What you don't see is me wiping the screen of the Coby PMP4320 with my shirt a few dozen times just to get all the smudges off the screen before the photo shoot.

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The Coby PMP4320 is just less than an inch thick, making it awkward to get into a pocket. The rounded back of the Coby makes it a bit easier to fit, but no less bulky.

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It's rare that a company actually includes decent-sounding earbuds with its player, but Coby really came through. They are really big, however, and will not likely fit those with smaller ears.

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A/V mini-jack ins and outs are a big deal for a wide-screen PVP less than $300. The legs sticking out the back fold down into the PMP's body for storage.

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Though the foldout legs are plastic and therefore susceptible to breaking off, they fold down flush with the PMP's body when not in use and do a fine job of stabilizing the player when you need them.

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Keep your finger smudges off the reflective, glossy screen, and you'll be fine.

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Navigating around the Coby PMP4320's menu functions was made easy by the large, intuitive icons.

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