Creative. I just don't understand you. You had one of the best PMPs on the block (several, actually; there was the wide screen cousin to the Vision:M, the Vision:W and the mini swiss army knife that was the V Plus) and yet you failed to keep it current with the rest of the market. Instead,...Read the full review →
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bought 1 about 5 years ago and traded it in only once, after 2 years, the current one is going on three and still working lovely. it works essentially just like an iPod video, except the battery is better and the controls are different. it syncs best in my experience with Windows Media...Read the full review →
Since I was never into the apple hype, especially with ipods I had always been a fan of Creative. Now this particular player was awesome with its media support and to a lesser extent the video playback. At the time this was much less then the equivalent ipod color with the same memory...Read the full review →
I've had this DAP for about 4 years now and haven't had a single complain yet. Great battery life and screen, durable case, robust software, configurable shortcut button, and much more. Creative was even nice enough to support the playback of Divx and Xvid files out of the box. It...Read the full review →
Only issues I have had are occasional screen freezes where I can simply reset the unit from the bottom. VERY durable - I can't count the amounts of times I have dropped this onto hard surfaces and there are even cracks in the MP3 Player - it still works. I love my Zen even though it is a...Read the full review →
I bought this in 2006 and still use despite messing up the display. As many I have a large video collection from P2P and this lil beast plays xvid/divx content with no hiccups(except AC3 encoded audio) and transcoding. Literally drag and drop. The screen though small by todays standards is...Read the full review →
I researched the mp3 products that were available at the time. It's the only one that suits my needs. I like the fact that you can erase the music straight from the player, no docking required. I also appreciate that you can organize them in a playlist from windows media player or the creative...Read the full review →