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.
The Creative Aurvana X-Fi headphones are a good option for bass-loving frequent fliers who have the money to spend and don't mind others eavesdropping on their listening experience.
Creative's new Sound Blaster X-Fi cards impress with their audio quality and feature sets, but they don't come cheap.
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
Creative Announces the ZEN X-Fi2, a next-generation player with a 3-inch touch screen, TV-Out capability, and higher-quality sound with the latest X-Fi technology.
Creative's new X-Fi processor makes the X-Fi Elite Pro the most advanced and priciest Sound Blaster ever.
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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
Get an up-close and personal look at Creative's latest Zen, which includes X-Fi audio enhancement capability and built-in Wi-Fi.
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.
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