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Creative Introduces the 2GB ZEN Stone Plus MP3 Player

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    The new Creative ZEN Stone Plus is a featherweight 2GB MP3 player with a rich selection of features, including FM radio, a clock and stopwatch, voice recording. Like the Creative ZEN Stone, the Creative ZEN Stone Plus comes in six high-gloss colours: black, white, red, blue, pink and green, and features a smooth contoured design. The player comes with a built-in battery which provides power for up to 9.5 hours of music playback from a single charge. You can also use the Creative TravelSound ZEN Stone portable speaker system with your new ZEN Stone Plus if you are on the go. The Creative ZEN Stone Plus MP3 player is available in Singapore at a suggested retail price of USD $99.00. The black, white and pink players will be available from 22 June 2007 onwards. The red, blue and green players will be made available soon.

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    nice features and size, I wounder how much biger it is than the new ipod shuffle.. to bad shuffle has no radio :( IT SHOULD.
     
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    Not a bad price, but just ordered MPIO MG100 yeasterday (2GB model) for 55€/75$ and I'd say it's better all around =) Creative one will propably sell more, being more known and more available tho.

    Dimension 40.5(W) X 87.2(H) X 9.2(D)mm
    Weight 42.5g

    http://www.techtree.com/India/Future_Watch/MPIO_MG100/551-81691-505.html

    ps. it was on -48% summersale ;D
     
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    Creative has gotten into the habit of putting out some quality players in recent years. I remember their first player was great, but still lacked "features" that the Ipod did. Seems they have been on an increase in features lately. Nice price and Id actually purchase one of them blue ones.
     
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    Better you than me! You'd have to kill me first to get one of these ugly little things in my hands! And no, I have no love for iPod's either.

    I'm guessing that having the words quality and Creative in the same sentence would be an oxymoron... :ohwell:
     
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    I had a creative Muvo? well little block one, same day I got it it dropped onto the bus seat I was sitting on and it broke.. damm thing was like $200+ for a 256 model.. that made me turn away from creative products but I'll give them a second chance now. that model might of bee a limon but heh I seen a limon IRiver mp3 player before too, most of thier stuff is tuff as bricks.
     
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    That reminds me! I'm still using an MSI MegaStick 256MB USB MP3 player I bought new a few years ago! I once dropped it into the shallow end of our backyard inground pool (basicaly it fell ontop of the first/second step leading into the pool so it couldn't have been any more than a foot and a half of water), pulled it back out and to this day, it's been going strong without any problems!
     
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