Reviews and Problems with Creative Zen Micro Photo
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Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player
vpriddy, REVIEW STREAM
2 days ago
Excerpt: The Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player is a great MP3 Player . The instruction book was excellent. I was able to sign up online for MP3 website to download songs for my Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player . The sound quality on the Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player is excellent. I thought that the recordings would be blurry or static when they played but I was pleasantly surprised that they were of great sound quality. I especially like the design of the Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player .
Way over priced for this. I can't understand why you con artists are demanding a $100.00 or more for this 5yr old player.
Daniel A. Christie "Daniel C", Amazon
26 November 2009
Summary: Way over priced for this. I can't understand why you con-artists are demanding a $100.00 or more for a used, 5yr-old, out-dated MP3 player. Don't get me wrong, this is a really nice player I have had one since mid 2005 and now I am looking to find another to replace mine since it dropped one too many times and broke. I have tons of accessories purchased for this unit therefore I need to find another of the exact model.
Summary: I have had my Creative Microphoto since Christmas of 2005 and it STILL works, original battery and everything! The extras on it are totally worth it (recorder, AM/FM radio, etc.) And even if the battery dies, you are able to easily replace it, unlike iPods. I totally recommend getting a Creative.
Look at the other reviews with different colors...
15 June 2009
Summary: I do not argue with the only review for this product and in this particular color. It could be a combination of bad luck and a bad window for a defective product to fall into her hands. It could be the OS she used or the PC itself. I can tell you another story: My sister, she had an iPod for $500? 40-80GB and what not. She had it for a year then it broke down on her. She wasn't able to get it fixed. $500 dollars down the drain...
Summary: This is a great item and for the cost, can't be beat! I purchased a reconditioned ZEN for $[...]including shipping. The shipper even upgraded me to a 8 GB unit for the same price! This player has a remarkably easy to use interface and downloading music was a breeze. The stock headphones are good and it comes with a built in mike for recording. I've used the mike to record rehearsal sessions and the playback is great.
Summary: We all want an iPod, basically due to the accessory market. It seems that everything is geared toward that blasted thing. I personally have never been a fan of engineered product life cycles. It comes down to the part that is going to be replaced first, which is the battery. Especially on a daily user as I. I don't want to have to spend anywhere from $200 - $500 on a new product every year. Or pay to have my unit shipped to apple and have them replace the battery.