Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Guest-16, 29 Aug 2007.
Creative are really good, I meant to upgrade from my Zen sleek to a Vision but CBA in the end, no use for portable video.
When I think "size of a credit card", a voice says "don't ****ing do it, you'll just sit on it and snap it".
While it's not a bad player, the marketing of it sort of bothers me. Every product of a wee formfactor for the last decade has boasted "Credit Card-Size!!!!" Where it's the length and width of one... then about a hundred times as thick. I mean yeah, it would be impossible to shoehorn everything into that thin a width, and still fit a standard headphone jack, but you know...
I would still rather have this than the IPOD, Have had 2 generations of the Zens now and have been completly great and problem free
Nice specs but i dont see why anyone whould by a 16gig mp3 player ok the flash HDD is going to last way way longer that a standard micro HDD but they just dont offer the capacity
Flash players have always outsold HDD ones. 16GB is a fairly big leap for them- HDD players were at 20GB only a few years ago.
The 4Gb one can be had for WAY under £100 now... brand new on ebay for just £72.... bargain
Thanks for posting details, that's certainly a good price, but is there anyway I can be sure its not a clone or copy if I buy one ?
thats £72 without vat or delivery
Oooh, sneaky, they dont include VAT in that price, thats a bit nasty, people may not read it all (like me), that sucks....
That looks quite nice. Whenever I find myself looking to buy an MP3 player I'll definately have to consider that.
However, the size of a credit card? I don't think so. Credit cards are about 1mm thick. That player is as big as 12 credit cards. I realize that's still quite small, but I don't like size comparisons that only take into account two of the three dimensions. If you're content with that kind of size comparison, a brick is also the size of a credit card.
this is tits
I want one
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