'Excellent set of features: better front and back cameras'
'A step above its predecessor'
'Far faster than previous model, Bright screen, Solid camera performance'
'Design is the best yet, light and compact, amazing screen'
'iOS 6 improvements, Very thin and light, Better earphones'
'Beautifull designed, Bigger, bolder display'
'Quality is exceptional, and games and videos leap off the screen'
'Front and rear cameras are particularly big jumps over prior'
'High quality build, Excellent design'
'Lightest, slimmest iPod Touch yet, excellent screen, improved camera, great range of apps'
'New color, a new price, and feature-packed OS'
'The Lines Between iPod Touch and iPhone Have Started to Blur'
'Surfing the Web are easier and more enjoyable than with its predecessors'
'FaceTime video calling'
'iOS 5 software rocks, Thinner than an iPhone'
'Dual cameras, FaceTime support, 720p video recording, Longer battery life'
'Slimmer and sleeker, but better than ever'
'Longer battery life, Faster A4 processor'
'Offers most of the capabilities of Samsung's popular Android smartphones'
'Well-built, Runs all Android phone apps, Solid sound quality'
'This Is a Great PMP Device'
'Full access to the Android Market'
'Feels very well built'
'Dual front-facing speakers, Google Play store access'
'Front stereo speakers, Kies Air app'
'Slow single core CPUs, Galaxy Player 3.6 screen is poor'
'Good value, Solid feature set'
'Solid build construction, lightweight feel'
'Plays most audio formats'
'Easy to set up and use'
'Amazing Player for the Price'
'Includes lots of useful extras'
'Impressive array of features'
'Good format support'
'Good audio quality, Compact, User-friendly, Colour screen'
'Unique multitouch screen navigation'
'Nano Gains Touch, Loses Video Playing & Recording'
'Nano is part of Apple's new plan ...'
'I love this little guy'
'nike + features great...as music player awful'
'Not a real nano'
'less is not more -- too small, no tactile feedback'
'A good idea, poorly executed.'
'Touch Interface to Nano, No More Video'
'Lured in by the Clip'
'Good audio quality'
'Creative Zen X-Fi'
'already superb sound'
'The player's front is crowded with controls arranged in a 9-way directional keypad with familiar back and menu buttons above and shortcut and play/pause buttons below.'
'It's hard to avoid the feeling that Creative have missed an open goal here by making the X-Fi so small.'
'fantastic onscreen interface'
'Good sound quality'
'Good FM radio'
'impressive sound quality'
'The clip itself is sturdy and snaps back firmly into place and has a circular thumbhole to make grabbing it easier.'
'decent enough sound'
'the Clip was passable.'
'Great sound quality'
'vibrant OLED screen Cons'
'very impressive MP3 player'
'• FM tuner'
'The buttons on the player have a nice solid feel to them. '
'the size of the device (5.5cm wide and just over 8cm long) it has a generously sized screen of 2.5in.'
'awesome user friendly menu system'
'impressive built-in speaker'
'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.'
'Simple look and clean design'
'it a useful streaming device'
'brilliant touchscreen device'
'Quality earbuds included'
'Sound is excellent'
'Cheap but Cheerful Media Player'
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