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Which player?

I need a new music/photo/video player with the following functions:
- recorder (in built or ipod-style headphone based)
- moderate sized screen
- drag and drop files from pc
- touch screen
- note taking app
- 8GB or more
- fairly durable
I have been looking at a couple, namely the cool new ipod nano and also http://www.creative.com/products/mp3/zenxfi2/
If anyone can reccommend some products which match most of these, I would be extremely grateful!

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I bought a TRIO model T2800 recently;

It's only 4Gb. and probably not as cool as the ipod but bet you I beat the cost by a couple miles. I got it for $35 at Fry's. and the main reason is it plays FLAC format.

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Re: ahtoi

Thanks. I've taken a look at it, but can you modify the text files or create written notes somehow?

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To be honest, I have no idea.

This thing seems like it can do lots of things, it has calender, ebook, applications (which has the calender and stopwatch), etc. like I said, I bought because it has FLAC format...and it's very cheap.

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