The Creative Zen V is a good choice for anyone looking for a compact flash MP3 player with recording features and great sound quality. However, the more feature-filled Zen V Plus is a better value.
The Spotwave Zen Z1900 signal booster is a little expensive and we weren't fans of the long coaxial cable or the wall-mounting options. But, it did deliver on its promise to boost cell phone signals, and that could be a good enough reason to get it.
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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.
Lately, Creative has been churning out players with great battery life and excellent sound quality. The Zen Touch offers all this and more, making it a legitimate challenger to the Apple iPod.
If you need lightweight and quality in-ear earphones for under $100, check out the Creative Aurvanas, which match up quite well against the Shure E2cs.
The Creative Zen Sleek is a decent WMA alternative for those looking for a music-only high-capacity MP3 player.
The colorful and versatile Creative Zen Micro will make lots of users happy.
The Creative Zen Stone is a fantastic choice as a secondary MP3 player or for first timers on a budget who want a simple, great-sounding device with limited features and a bargain basement price tag.
The Creative Zen Mozaic offers great bang for your buck as far as MP3 players go: get super sound quality, a boatload of features, and a cool interface--all wrapped in a funky design at an ultralow price.
The Creative TravelSound Zen Stone is a fine companion for the pebblelike MP3 player: it fits in your carry-on, runs on battery, and is capable of filling a hotel room with nice, clear music.