'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'
'troublesome touch interface'
'the screen was bright and the contrast just about right.'
'the lack of a kickstand or built-in speaker is disappointing for a PVP.'
'Other great features include mass storage capabilities and photo viewing support.'
'the 405 relies solely on the contoured button navigation that lines the right edge of the screen.'
'It features a built-in 7-in-1 flash media card reader that makes it compatible with CompactFlash, MicroDrive, Secure Digital, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro and XD Card formats.'
'most extensive array of multimedia/multifunction capabilities'
'scrolling through fullscreen images - especially those big Raw files - caused a real lag that soon became frustrating.'
'Audio, on the whole wasn't very loud but still loud enough to minimize external sound (with headphones), at full volume.'
'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.'
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