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The menus are customizable with several different skins and fonts that add to the player’s attractiveness.
We also like that holding down the virtual Back button on the Now Playing screen takes you directly to the main menu.
When Windows Media Player crushed our high-res AVI files down to a WMV format that the P2 can read, the resulting files had compression artifacts, but the P2 rendered everything in the file very accurately, including color.
Despite excellent video performance, Samsung’s main goal with the P2 was clearly to build a better music box.
The screen is bright by default, but for music listening you can squeeze those extra few hours out by dimming it.
Setup and Use Syncing the P2 with Windows Media Player in Win XP Pro and Vista is no problem.
Samsung’s new flagship portable media player, the P2, is sleek and svelte enough to catch the eye of potential i Phone or i Pod Touch buyers.
Sadly, that means no wireless sync, streaming, or downloads, and no Internet radio (though there’s an FM tuner).
Overall, the P2 feels good in our hand; though we wish the buttons on the sides were placed closer to the top of the device for better comfort.