The main menu for the Vidego resembles that of many other touch screen players: a black background with a variety of icons. Firm pushes on the screen will be sufficient to navigate around, and the included stylus is never necessary. The main menu displays all of the functions available on the Vidego: music playing, video playing, photo viewing, FM radio listening, e-book reading, voice recording, file navigation, game playing and settings. From the settings menu, you can make simple modifications such as FM Radio zone, repeat and EQ settings for music, etc. Most of these settings, however, will be fine if left at default.
Music playing is very straightforward on the Vidego. Because it keeps folders when you import files, the player makes finding your music very simple. Though album art cannot be shown while playing music, lyric files can be written for any song, so the lyrics can be displayed in real time with the music.
The bright screen on the Super Talent Vidego does not show through very well with the flash from the camera, but it does indeed display impressive pictures. You cannot listen to music while viewing pictures. The only included game is Tetris, and they did a fine job writing it, using the wide keys to move sideways and the middle key to rotate.
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