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This GoGear is a bit too bulky for one-handed operation, though it is very easy to use. Our one complaint is that the control pad feels a little cheap.

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The player has a built-in mic for making voice recordings, and the side houses a nifty playlist button, a handy control that adds the currently playing song to an on-the-go playlist.

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The GoGear SA6045 has a nice, 2.2-inch screen that makes it ideal for watching short video clips and browsing through photos. Too bad there's no album art support.

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The top edge of the player houses the dedicated volume rocker--always a nice touch.

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The latest line of Philips GoGear MP3 players is packed with features and not quite as pocketable as competing flash players.

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The Philips GoGear SA6045 should still fit in most pockets, though it may not be the most comfortable in tight jeans.

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You won't be able to conceal this player in the palm of your hand, but--good thing for this GoGear--an ultracompact body isn't all that matters in an MP3 player.

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Lining the bottom of the GoGear SA6045, you'll find a standard mini USB port, the ever-handy hold switch, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. There's also a reset hole, which can be used to restart the player if it freezes.

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