A bit expensive, Feature-poor in some respects, Low-res screen
Most formats didn't play too well
Ropey interface and navigation
'The hardest part of the whole process was navigating the ASUS website (when it was up). '
'sadly no built-in Wi-Fi'
'Huge range of file support • Simple and elegant GUI • Remote that doesn't suck • eSATA support. '
' The Cowon iAudio 9 is a sleek touchscreen portable media player.
'like its functional look and I imagine the other colours will look similarly tasteful.'
'Audio battery life is dismal..'
'clear and uninterrupted audio'
'Flash media support.'
'The main menu is spacious, the touchscreen is responsive, and we liked the extra details, such as icon animation and page transitions.'
'Stunning sound The sound with a high-quality MP3 or FLAC file is truly excellent.'
'very good portable media player'
'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.'
'Weak internal speaker . '
'Support for open source audio formats (OGG and FLAC) . '
'For casual movie-watching on the train or bus it will be acceptable.'
'incredibly intuitive design and won iRiver heaps'
'the L-Player’s built-in FM radio is excellent.'