The GoGear's rounded design isn't quite as flat as its Nano-sized competition. Read full review
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We liked the big, tactile controls on the front, but the small two-line display was hard to read. Read full review
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The GoGear SA4010 has a sturdy design that feels good, and its rounded edges make it comfy to wrap your hand around. Read full review
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The rubber cover over the USB door is attached surprisingly well. Read full review
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The GoGear's controls make the most sense when you look at it horizontally, but the player feels best when held vertically. Read full review
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The AAA battery cover takes up the back of the GoGear and accounts for its thickness. The Menu, volume, and record buttons can be seen here as well. Read full review
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The sleek, rounded plastic surface is comfortable to hold but prone to glare. Read full review
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