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creative zen v plus or iriver s10

by v12stuart / June 28, 2007 4:38 PM PDT

i have a creative zen vision m 60gb which i love but its a bit of a brik and i was thinking of buying i smaller player that i could go running or riding with. i thought of the zen v plus and i was sure to buy it but the s10 came out and now im not sure. i have alot of faith in creative as do i do iriver but what do you guys think?
if i could get sum advice from people who own any of these players that would be great.

cheers,
stuart

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Go with the Zen
by compguru13 / July 1, 2007 2:07 PM PDT

I have the Zen V Plus and it works so well when running; I have a playlist dedicated to running, but I can also switch over to the radio. My Plus is pretty durable, as I've dropped it a few times and it has nothing worse then a small scratch on the screen, and it has a great battery. My friend has the iRiver and he says its always on the charger, and it caused him a lot of $. Personally, I think the Plus is better for exercise since its small enough to hold or put in a pocket, but durable enough to last the bumps and scratches it will no doubt endure.

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by SXR / July 3, 2007 8:57 PM PDT

Yeh , I would go with the Creative as well. Big bang for your buck.

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