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Creative Zen X-Fi3 gets covered in FCC fingerprints

Brian Heater
November 4, 2011
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Remember the Zen X-Fi3, that little, bitty portable media player that we spent a bit of hands-on time with, back in September? Well, the FCC has had its crack at the thing, and the agency wasn't quite as kind, ripping pint-sized music player apart and displaying its innards for all the world to see, which might be for the best, really. While the outsides of the device aren't particularly exciting, the player's got some stuff going on under the hood, like built-in Bluetooth, which the company claims can stream high-quality audio courtesy of the apt-X codec. See the X-Fi3 exposed to the world in the gallery below.

Gallery: Creative Zen X-Fi 3 gets covered in FCC fingerprints | 8 Photos

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