The NS-DVB4G has a standard mini-USB port for syncing and charging. The sides and back of the player are texturized, which give it a more expensive feel. Read full review
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The NS-DVB4G isn't compact as far as flash players go, but it makes up for that with its ample screen and plethora of features. Read full review
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A hold switch on the top of the player will prevent you from accidentally activating the controls, and you gotta love the built-in miniSD card slot for adding more memory. Read full review
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Not quite. The Bluetooth that's built into this player only serves to communicate with compatible headphones--namely, any that operate on the A2DP (stereo) Bluetooth scheme. So it can't sync up with your PC without a USB cable. Read full review
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This player's controls includes a notched scroll wheel for easy navigation, as well as dedicated menu and power buttons. The interface is icon-driven and admirably easy to use. Read full review
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Unlike the other Insignia MP3 Player & Image Viewers, the NS-DVB4G has a metallic blue sheen and a little Bluetooth symbol stamped on the front. Read full review
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An additional 1/8-inch port on the bottom of the player lets you do line-in recordings, or you can use it as a second headphone jack for sharing your tunes with a friend. Read full review
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