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Apparently, some Creative fans have begun to speculate that a new iteration of the company's Zen V might be making an appearance, due to a listing on its site for a product called the \"ZEN V Video.\" The link won't take you anywhere substantial (in fact, all you get is an error when you try to downl

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January 6, 2008 at 1:53AM
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You didn't think that Creative was going to let the iPod and the Zune (or heck, the PSP) have all the slick speaker-docks, did you? Nah, those crafy folks in Singapore wouldn't stand for it, no sir. Sure, we've seen the TravelDock, but nothing yet for this wanna-be nano killer. Creative has just an

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While Creative and Apple may have settled their legal battles, they're continuing to duke it out in the ring of portable media players. According to epiZENter's \"reliable source,\" Creative wants to introduce a new contender with an 8GB version of its Zen V Plus, to compete with the newly-supersized

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Looks like CNET managed to get a Zen V Plus from Creative a while ago, and have already put the thing through its paces and posted their glowing review of the device. First, and fairly notable: for sheer value, the Zen V and V Plus really have the iPod nano beat, since not only do Creative's new pla

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So it looks like Creative's made good with the \"mystery MP3 player\" they promised us in that rather uninspiring teaser campaign: meet the Zen V. Available in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB capacities, the V's smallish size and 1.5-inch, photo-capable OLED clearly indicate that Creative's got the slightly-smaller

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