'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'
'GREAT for music - not so much for everything else'
'A bit expensive, Feature-poor in some respects, Low-res screen'
'Most formats didn't play too well'
'Great MP3 Player'
'A great, but flawed MP3 player'
'Suberb Music Player... with a "few" extras.'
'Only for those who actually like music :)'
'Huge Storage Capacity'
'world-class audio quality'
'Touchscreen is very sensitive and responsive, makes getting around the UI easier.'
'The X7 is a bit of a disaster'
'The sound it produces is good, the screen is a pleasure to watch and the battery life is superb.'
'built-in speaker, volume and power controls'
'very good audio and video playback'
'latest home entertainment and digital audio news'
'the sound is very good and might only displease those who spent more on their headphones than they did on the Archos 5.'
'stunning 4.8in screen'
'Screen is absolutely fantastic'
'highest quality screen resolution'
'The brushed metal casing looks and feels robust while exterior controls are limited to a power on/off button and an LCD/TV switch, everything else being controlled through the touchscreen.'
'Attractive user interface'
'the 705 feels solid and durable.'
'Massively larger applications offering'
'Decent audio and video file support .'
'A perfectly capable, affordable player'
'A good range of supported formats'
'Decent audio and video file support.'
'MicroSD card slot for external memory expansion'
'4.3-inch diagonal LCD screen'
'Formats The Viewsonic VPD400 is compatible with a range of formats.'
'the ViewSonic VPD400 is reasonably flexible, supporting MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, APE, and OGG audio formats.'
'If you're not interested in Web access, interactive applications or a touch screen, the ViewSonic VPD400 will do a good job as your portable media player. '
'The VPD400 feels reasonably sturdy though not as refined as products from Apple and Creative.'
'good-looking 2.4-inch screen'
'its shiny black face isn't unattractive,'
'superior sound playback'
'the music we pumped through the e280 was crisp, featured decent bass and was free from distortion.'
'recording is straightforward and there are no advanced features like scheduling, but you can set the duration of how long you want to record in five minute intervals.'
'there's a home button that alternates between the top menu and the playback screen'
'new 'home' button'
'the organization of files in the View is very good.'
'the O2 proved capable of playing files of a much higher resolution than its screen's native size - the best we managed was a 24f/s 720p AVI file.'
'pretty decent video-viewing devices'
'Plays almost every audio format'
'the O2 will be happy to play nice.'
'truly great audio experience'
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