Ropey interface and navigation
'good small and solid MP3 player'
'small and compact design'
'Lots of features.'
'A nice touch when listening quietly and its low enough (even at maximum volume) not to annoy people more than a couple of seats away on a bus or a train, something I cannot say for some other devices. '
'Audio battery life is dismal..'
'clear and uninterrupted audio'
'• FM tuner'
'Color reproduction is decent although sometimes appearing oversaturated with certain photos.'
'SD card slot .'
'Summary: The design flaw in its A/V out connection cable made the Zen X-Fi2 a terrible disappointment after the great success I had with the old Vision M as a teaching tool.'
'And the player's interface, despite its clear and colourful design, felt sluggish and did not properly respond to touch input. '
'troublesome touch interface'
'the screen was bright and the contrast just about right.'
'The sound quality of the speaker was smooth, though it didn’t have a very high volume level.'
'an inconvenient two-line-and-a-brick-style power adapter.'
'Creative Labs second iteration of their portable media player, the Zen Vision, follows in the footsteps of their Zen Portable Media Center, which failed miserably when it was introduced.'
'The Creative Zen only comes in black, the control pad feels cheap'
'It is a little uncomfortable to use the interface'
'Bulky body that's just a tad heavy.'
'The lighter Zen Vision by virtue of its shorter length can be comfortably held and controlled using the right hand.'
'Poor supplied software.'
'Unfortunately, there's no kickstand, so you have to hold the device while you're watching video.'
'There's a lot of one-button navigating back-and forth and button response is sluggish.'
'The Creative Zen Stone has no screen, no extra features'
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