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The GoGear's rounded design isn't quite as flat as its Nano-sized competition.
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We liked the big, tactile controls on the front, but the small two-line display was hard to read.
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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.
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The rubber cover over the USB door is attached surprisingly well.
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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.
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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.
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The sleek, rounded plastic surface is comfortable to hold but prone to glare.
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