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The T9 is quite a looker, but it doesn't rest on its laurels: solid audio quality and plenty of fabulous features back up this MP3 player's stylish exterior.

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Take one last appreciative look at the Samsung YP-T9.

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The T9 will fit in any purse or pocket, and the Street Mode helps neutralize ambient noise so that you can enjoy your music.

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And what a beautiful screen it is! Photo thumbnails are displayed in a row beside a larger preview image.

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The T9 has garnered the attention of many CNET-ers, and no wonder: this device is made to turn heads.

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Would you believe it? The T9 is just 0.03-inch thicker than the iPod Nano. That's one slim device. Too bad its slimness makes the buttons on the side a bit hard to navigate accurately.

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Unfortunately, the T9 uses a proprietary USB port (not shown), but the headphone jack (shown) works with all your standard 'phones.

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The T9 is smaller than the Nano overall--yet its screen is 0.3-inch larger.

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The T9's controls are well-placed and make navigating the player a breeze. What's the point of having a beautiful gadget if you can't figure out how to use it?

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