Portable Media Players Guide
Portable Media Players Articles
Held at 'The Studio' today was Creative's launch of their latest portable media player, the Zen X-Fi, boasting X-Fi audio quality, Wi-Fi, and other interesting features. Read on to get a quick update of what you can expect out of it.
Except for Apple's iPod, it can be hard to decide which MP3 player to get. The latest one is the flash based Sony NWD-E020F.
With its user-friendly menu and access to unlimited music around the world, the Freecom MusicPal is for you if you don't mind its mediocre sound quality.
Discover why the Sony NWZ-A826 Walkman Player holds its own against the competition with a great overall package at an attractive price.
The Philips GoGear SA6025 is a decent flash based media player for those looking for something simple and competent.
With one of the larger touchscreens we have seen on a portable media player so far, the Cowon Q5W aspires to be more than that.
The Samsung T10 player seperates itself from the crowd with custom and animated GUIs, great design and powerful audio performance. Full review after the jump.
Armed with a beautiful design and a cool little USB trick, the new Philips GoGear SA4325 portable MP3 player is all set to take style and convenience to the next level.
The Cowon A3 comes in as a very capable media player with outstanding file format support, great audio quality and a display to die for. But is it the perfect PMP? Find out after the jump.
Good looks and a slim body best describes the Sandisk Sansa View, a flash based media player with multimedia capabilities.