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Sit down, we're going to take you for a bit of ride which might just end with Creative launching the next generation Zen Vision model sporting HD video and GPS navigation. Some forum jockeys on Epizenter.net have put 2-and-2 together over at the 3DLABS Semiconductor site. See, 3DLABS -- a former su

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Frustrated with all the limitations that come with just 60GB of hard drive space? We know, it can indeed be nerve-racking, but here to lower your blood pressure is John P., who has successfully crammed a capacious 100GB HDD into the casing of Creative's Zen Vision W. The modder began by ordering a

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As expected, Creative went and released the Zen Vision W here in the US. We know that this hit Singapore late last month at COMEX, and CNET managed to review one already -- but what we didn't know is that the Zen Vision will play content from Amazon's new Unbox service. Aside from whatever you might

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We were all stoked about the Creative Zen Vision until we discovered what a let-down the screen turned out to be. Therefore we're understandably wary going into this one, but apparently Creative noted our concern, and the Creative Zen Vision W comes out looking like a champ. CNET got their hands

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We promised you better pics than that grainy Popular Mechanics scan, and by golly we've got 'em. Creative's Zen Vision W is looking slick with that 4.3-inch widescreen dominating most of the device and a freakishly-cute panda bear angel peeking out from inside. Rumor has it that the Zen Vision W

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Speaking of Singapore, Creative Technology officially introduced the Creative Zen Vision:W this morning. Of course, last we heard from this little guy was just a week ago, when Popular Mechanics called it the \"best screen we've seen on a portable media player.\" Creative issued a formal press release

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A size-bumped Zen Vision:M wasn't the only thing to get some rumor play yesterday. Rumblings also began of a Zen Vision:W to replace the Zen Vision, which was infamous for its bad viewing angle. Now the Vision:W itself has hit newsstands in the latest issue of Popular Mechanics magazine. Featured

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