A bit expensive, Feature-poor in some respects, Low-res screen
Most formats didn't play too well
Touchpad interface didn't work efficiently
Sound could be better, quite bulky
'The bass was punchy, mids were crisp and well-focused while the highs were airy and showed good resolution.'
'The Cowon J3 is a considerably more fancy player than the Cowon i9 and offers much greater capacity (an 8GB model costs Â£165).'
'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.'
'pretty decent video-viewing devices'
'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.'
'somewhat mundane interface'