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Like its Zen Stone Plus sibling, the Creative Zen Stone 2GB With Built-In Speaker is treading on Apple's toes: specifically, it's gunning for the iPod shuffle. And we…
£35 inc VAT
With its checkered, multihued design, Creative Zen's Mozaic is a flash-based media player that looks pretty slick.
£49 inc VAT
The Creative Zen V Plus is an iPod-nano killer with a difference: it might actually be better than Apple's media player. Read PC Advisor's review of the the Creative…
£55 inc VAT
The Creative Xdock Wireless Music System is a wireless solution for the iPod that allows affordable streaming of audio around the house.
£69 inc VAT
The Creative ZEN MX is a good media player with generous features, and its software doesn't attempt to stage a coup against other media applications on your PC.
£76 inc VAT
Creative's superslim Zen has an attractive 2.5in colour display, an FM tuner, a built-in microphone, robust video- and photo-viewing capabilities and the ability to…
£92 inc VAT
The Creative ZEN X-Fi2 is the first touchscreen based Portable Media Player (PMP) from Creative's stable. It is a nice looking PMP that has many improved features…
£99 inc VAT
Creative's Zen 4GB is the sort of commendable digital audio player that would make serious waves in an iPod-free world.
£100 inc VAT
The Creative Zen X-Fi is beyond question a better all-around digital music player than any of Apple's current iPods.
£149 inc VAT
The Creative Aurvana X-Fi headphones block external noise and improve audio quality. But cheap they are not.
£219 inc VAT
Creative's Zen Vision W succeeds its Vision portable media player, gaining a W denoting its widescreen aspect. The epic 4.3in screen is fantastic, displaying both…
£222 inc VAT
Creative isn't new to the portable media player market – the Vision:M represents its third model with video playback capabilities, while arch-rival Apple is still on…
£250 inc VAT
Creative was one of the first companies to back Microsoft's Portable Media Center standard, with its Zen PMC (see Nov 04 issue). Now it's back with a new addition to…
£300 inc VAT