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Martijn Kooijman
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Creative Zen X-Fi review

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Thursday, January 1st 2009 - 20:30 CET - Comments: 0
C reative Labs Europe, founded in 1993, is famous for its Zen media players and its excellent sound Technologies. Creative keeps on surprising; again with the new Zen X-Fi, the first media player with integrated X-Fi technologies. According to Creative, listening to music on the Zen X-Fi becomes a genuine experience. Whether that is true will become clear from the test. And as if X-Fi isn’t already enough, also Wi-Fi is available on the Zen. From the moment the Zen X-Fi was placed in the market, it already won several Awards.

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Creative ZEN X-FI review

 

Music quality of the Creative ZEN MP3 player

The name already gives it away: it is a Creative Zen with integrated X-Fi technology. Already an achievement in itself; as even without X-Fi activated the sound is clear and round in combination with the included in-ear earphones that fit perfectly in your ear and block out surrounding noise.

 

Playing videos on the Creative Zen X-Fi

The Zen is also able to play videos. Transferring and converting is carried out through Creative Central software (Creative's own media player) and if a video format is not supported by the media player, it will be automatically converted whilst transferring to a format that is supported. The monitor is extremely clear and sharp, and it is surprisingly pleasant to watch a video on it.

 

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Creative Zen reviews : X-Fi mediaplayer

In addition to the standard media player functions, the Creative Zen X-Fi features two valuable technologies; X-Fi and Wi-Fi. Besides Wi-Fi and X-Fi, you can play video and audio via the media player, view pictures and listen to the radio. There are numerous possibilities. And all of this on a device with dimensions of only 2.1 x 3.2 x 0.5 inches. I am curious to learn how it all functions inside a housing this small. Our experiences with this MP3 player can be read in the following Creative ZEN X-Fi review.

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