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'Stylish design, DAB+ support, Good lossless format support'
'Not that great...even considering the price'
'Zen Touch vs NW-HD1 vs 4th Gen iPod iPod PROS: -Good support from Apple forums -Abundance of aftermarket accessories -Small dimensions and light weight -iTunes music management software easy to use -FireWire port. '
'Genius feature creates on-the-go playlists around a single song.'
'Rather, the Touch includes a backside illumination sensor, which is designed to make the rear-facing camera perform better in low-light.'
'the Touch is very light and extremely thin.'
'Not bad for the price...'
'Touchpad interface didn't work efficiently'
'Sound could be better, quite bulky'
'Impressive audio performance'
'Great improvement on the first generation'
'Compatible with iTunes; drag and drop to add tunes'
'Built-in rechargeable battery'
'The FM radio and JPEG photo viewer found on the NWZ-S710F are nothing special, but both are easy to use and add value to the device.'
'In PC World Test Center audio tests, it netted a signal-to-noise ratio score of 82 decibels--just a shade below the latest iPods and the top-ranked Creative Zen X-Fi --as well as a barely registering harmonic distortion and noise level of 0.01 percent. '
'wide volume range'