Creative ZEN 32GB MP3 Player with FM - now reduced to £129.99 delivered @ Amazon ! - HotUKDeals
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32GB Capacity
Dimensions: 55 x 83 x 12mm
Battery life: 25 hours of Audio playback or 5 hours of Video playback
SD Card (SD and SDHC) slot for memory upgrades
AAC (.M4A) support along with MP3, WMA, WAVE and Audible
WMV and DivX/XviD support (320x240)
2.5" Colour LCD screen
FM Radio and Microphone
16.7m Colour Photo Viewer
Works with iTunes Plus content

The Zen sports a 2.5-inch TFT colour display with 320 x 240-pixel resolution and support for up to 16.7 million colours. This razor sharp display is packaged in a device that weighs just 2.1 ounces and measures 3.26 x 2.16 x .44 inches (W x H x D). The internal battery powers the Zen for up to 25 hours of continuous audio playback and up to five hours of continuous video playback. Use the Zen's SD slot to expand your portable media library with music, photos and videos stored on your SD card. There's also a handy built-in microphone for capturing notes on the go.
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Load up up your favorite songs, as well as your album art, and get going with the Zen. The device supports iTunes Plus tracks from the iTunes store and MP3 and WMA tracks. Subscription and pay-per-download music services are supported, as well. You can even tune into your favorite stations with the Zen's FM radio. The radio allows you to save up to 34 presets.


The Zen has you covered when it comes to video, too. The device supports MJPEG, WMV9 and--with transcoding--MPEG1 and 2, MPEG4-SP, DivX 4 and 5, and XviD. Enjoy purchased or rented movies and TV shows from online services. Watch home videos. Even load your Tivo To Go movies and TV shows onto your Zen.

Additional features include a clock and alarm function, volume restriction, eight equalizer settings, and a USB hard drive mode, which allows you to drag and drop files directly to and from your Zen. The Zen can also function as a handy organizer, allowing you to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook and display your contacts, calendar, and tasks.
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I recently sold my Creative 20GB MP3 player and upgraded to a new iPod Classic because Creative decided not to make my old player compatible with Windows Vista. Just a warning to people that Creative seem to have no scruples whatsoever when it comes to customer support and they've lost a customer for life now.

Use the Additions Direct £30 discount and get yourself a 120GB iPod Classic for less than this Creative after using Quidco. It's pot luck whether this Creative player will be supported on the next version of Windows anyway.
#3
Having bought one of these AND returned it to Amazon, let me just say that these are UTTERLY rubbish.

VERY nice idea, really really skanky implementation. The software on the device is not even out of Alpha quality.
#4
I've had the 8gb version of this player for over a 10 months with no problems at all. Works fine with vista and has an excellent battery life. The software on the player is easy to use and I've never had a problem with it.
The PC software is a little basic, but I generally drag and drop so I don't use it much.
#5
northy666
I recently sold my Creative 20GB MP3 player and upgraded to a new iPod Classic because Creative decided not to make my old player compatible with Windows Vista. Just a warning to people that Creative seem to have no scruples whatsoever when it comes to customer support and they've lost a customer for life now.

Use the Additions Direct £30 discount and get yourself a 120GB iPod Classic for less than this Creative after using Quidco. It's pot luck whether this Creative player will be supported on the next version of Windows anyway.


Strange. I have an old 4GB Zen as well as a 2GB MuVo thingy and both work in Vista (32bit and 64bit) with no drivers required at all - literally plug and play, which is more than can be said for iPods sadly.

In fact, they both work perfectly on XP with no drivers at all, so don't let this put you off if you are considering.

If anything, future compatibility is more likely in Windows, as MS tend to make a back-catalogue of drivers to be included in new releases.


Back on topic, one assumes that the external memory-music library issue still exists?
#6
I have had the 8GB version for aprox. 6 months (second Zen MP3 player I 've owned) and have just bought another as a gift. I think Creative are far superior to Ipod (my daughter owns one). Creative are more flexible and simple to use and you are not locked in to Ipod Tunes, etc. Pay your money and take your choice but my experience has been very positive and I wouldn't entertain an Ipod. Not sure this price is that great though. As the Zen takes SD cards (Ipods don't), I would consider increasing memory that way.
#7
Just read that the external memory does indeed suffer the same issue as earlier versions - the card will NOT integrate with the rest of the music library on the player, so for all intents and purposes, you'd have to alternate between player and card to access certain files.
#8
I had this player - and whilst its very good the extrenal memory issue is a bad joke.

I now have the XFI - which also has the issue.................
#9
RapidMongman
I had this player - and whilst its very good the extrenal memory issue is a bad joke.

I now have the XFI - which also has the issue.................


Yes. Other than reportedly changing the DAC inside the unit (hard to tell without having one here to try out), the external library thing is actually quite a put-off for me sadly.
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now reduced to £129.99 delivered

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