The problem for us is that Creative used to make the best MP3 players of them all . Back in , the Creative Zen Vision:M was totally kick-ass. Creative’s Zen players are popular alternatives to the iPod, and with its 3in touchscreen the X-Fi 2 is an obvious challenger to the iPod Touch. Creative Zen X-Fi2 (32GB) review. This multimedia player may represent good value, but while Apple’s around, its performance is just mediocre.
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Creative ZEN X-Fi2 8GB review: specs and price
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