We don't know what you heard about Creative's mother (expletive deleted) PMP -- but we bet you can't get a dollar out of this pimped-out bad boy
There's no one-size-fits-all MP3 or Portable Media Player (PMP) that's perfect for everybody. Whether you want something that plays MP3s, hi-res FLAC files, or even stream music from the web there's something to suit most budgets.
The Creative Zen X-Fi's plastic design leaves a little to be desired, but that doesn't detract from the fact that the player is an incredible value overall: for an extremely competitive price you get a boatload of features and great sound quality.
Creative's Christmas in July sale is on and now you can get a 16GB MP3 player for only $110.
We're hard-pressed to find anything not to like about the Creative Zen. It's a great option for anyone looking for a great-sounding, pocketable MP3 player with an excellent, video-capable screen and plenty of extra features.
Creative's new Zen X-Fi2 MP3 player is one of the best value touchscreen players ever, with 32GB models about to sell for under £200. We had a first hands-on look at Creative's IFA booth
The highest capacity flash MP3 player to hit U.S. shores comes in the form of Creative's Zen V Plus.
Creative has unveiled its latest MP3 player -- the Zen X-Fi. Brilliantly, it'll stream music over your home network, and all without wires
If you like hands, and hands being on things, you'll love our hands-on report with Creative's Zen X-Fi MP3 player. It's but a click away, dearest reader
After much anticipation, we finally got our greedy little hands on the Creative Zen X-Fi. While we put the player through its paces for the in-depth review, we thought you'd appreciate a closer look. One thing we can tell you off the bat: the Zen X-Fi is an incredible value given all the features, but we're a bit disappointed that it's encased in plastic rather than metal.
After the huge success of Cowon's 16GB iAudio D2, the South Korean manufacturer is adding digital radio support to the player, making it even more of a CNET.co.uk favourite