'Shortcomings like occasionally unresponsive controls and weak video support are disappointing, but the overall good looks, top-notch user interface, and value factor cancel them out.'
'Samsung's been a little stingy with the screen.'
'The key issue we had with this player was that interface was fairly sluggish.'
'the images are very clear and there isn't a slight hint of blurriness.'
'The tiny screen will likely have you squinting at your vacation pics'
'A bit bulky.'
'Cons Small screen.'
'The Zune's radio is dependent on a connected pair of headphones to act as an antenna'
'Lovely colour screen'
'New scratch-resistant aluminum body'
'Increased storage capacity on high-end (8GB)'
'Can't send files from device'
'It is easy to scroll through the menu using the touch-sensitive pads.'
'The touch buttons are less responsive'
'We're not crazy about the wider body, the smaller scroll wheel, the lack of video output,'
'Its detractors call it chubby, squat, and awkward looking.'
'one of the most intuitive interfaces'
'The Samsung YP-T9's processor is slow,'
'a video with plenty of swift movements appears very rough at 15 frames per second.'
'The earphone that comes in the package does not give you the full sense of the good quality of the sound though.'
'Style-wise, the Meizu Mini Player is minimalist in appearance ??? it is not slick in its design,'
'the E10's menu layout is easy to figure out.'
'The player is controlled with a four-button layout that'll be familiar to anyone'
'a voice recorder.'
'The iRiver Clix's ample screen is a magnet for fingerprints'
'Some games do suffer from slow down on occasion and are slow to respond on the controls.'
'The LCD makes watching video a rather enjoyable experience'
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