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.
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.
The bulky but easy-to-use Creative Zen Vision W and its nice screen will dazzle video lovers who don't require video recording.