I got this for a present and I am very happy with it. Its very hard to pick out bad parts as for the price it does the job very well, that unless your willing to pay over the odds for an all thrills player not many other types will be any better within a smililar price brand.
Design: Not a bad looking player. Sleek and thin, very lightweight. Lovely compact player.
Functions: Basic, but it's features do the job well. If your not looking for fancy features or 3D then this player will serve you well. Im happy with its basic features as this is all I need.
Visuals: Good strong visuals that aren't excting compaired to high end players, but for the price you pay they are very good.
Sound: Basic sound that isn't going to rival high end players but you can't really notice anything to pick at for the price you pay. It delivers good sounds, but nothing exciting.
Overall: 4/5 - It only just gets a 4 rating for me. If the sound had more dynamics to it then I would perhaps stretch to a 5. Visuals and the sleek designs are its strong points. Nice quick loading time.
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The all-round ability of the Luna 7 means it should sit well with a very wide range of systems
A poor implementation of a neat concept, with poor sound to boot. Disappointing
A seriously talented performer that has a few design issues
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