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Creative ZEN Mozaic

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Overall 6

Creative ZEN Mozaic

PC Magazine
13 July 2009
  • Conclusion: The Creative ZEN Mozaic has plenty of features for its price, but don't expect the cool design of the player to extend to its user interface.
  • Pros: Very affordable. Good-looking, interesting design. FM radio with 32 presets. Voice recorder.
  • Cons: Unintuitive, clunky user interface. Included earbuds are subpar.
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Overall 6

Expert Review

27 June 2009
  • Summary: A noble competitor to the iPod nano, but one only Windows fans can enjoy. Aside from a few quirks in its interface, it’s a solid purchase, and a reassuringly cheap one too.
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Overall 7

Creative ZEN Mozaic Review

26 March 2009
  • Summary: Overall, the bundle is something that looks a lot better than it sounds.
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Overall 10

Creative Zen Mozaic PMP

10 February 2009
  • Excerpt: I believe that in the spirit of deviating from the mundane and adding a little pizazz to the portable media market, Creative designed this, the Mozaic. Its feature set will reveal that it has quite a lot to offer and I can honestly say it does. But is it worth your money? Here’s my take on that. Form Factor The Mozaic is a lightweight player that definitely has a certain cuteness quotient that one has to factor in.
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Overall 5

Creative Zen Mozaic (2GB)

LAPTOP Magazine
1 October 2008
  • Summary: The pocket-friendly Creative Zen Mozaic player is not the most attractive or intuitive player, but it is affordable, and the integrated speaker is a fun way to share music. It’s worth consideration by younger listeners or Windows users looking for a value-price iPod alternative.
  • Pros: Good sound, Very affordable, Built-in speaker,
  • Cons: Button layout confusing, Scratch-prone screen, No dedicated volume buttons, Doesnt work with Macs,
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Creative Zen Mozaic review

18 September 2008
  • Summary: Overall, the Creative Zen Mozaic is a solid offering at a good price, but you may have to do some fiddling to get its features to operate smoothly.
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Creative Zen Mozaic Review

Anything but iPod
8 August 2008
  • Conclusion: Take the Zen WAV and the Zen V Plus, smash them together and you get the Zen Mozaic. While there is nothing new or innovating about the Mozaic, there are moderate improvements in build-quality and design. On the downside, the OLED screen will not impress and the sound quality is pretty weak, but this is somewhat expected for a low priced player. I can’t really hate on the Mozaic, but I cannot give it praise either.
  • Pros: Sold build quality, Easy to use interface, Lots of useful features
  • Cons: Poor quality screen, Weak sound quality
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Overall 8

Creative Zen Mosaic (8GB)

What Hi-Fi?
25 March 2009
  • Excerpt: There's nothing wrong with having a player that just plays audio. For most people looking for an ultra-portable, that's exactly what they're after, especially if it's cheap. That's why it's so bewildering that Creative 's even bothered building video compatibility into the Zen Mozaic – the screen is so small and, well, rubbish, the whole exercise is a complete waste of time.
  • Pros: Dinky dimensions and unique design, surprisingly musical performer, superbly simple to operate
  • Cons: Video playback is a waste of time
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Overall 6

Could be better designed

Good Gear Guide.au
7 March 2009
  • Summary: We love the functionality of this player, but its design isn't particularly good. We much prefer the bigger Zen to the Zen Mozaic.
  • Pros: FM radio, built-in microphone, built-in speaker, can be used effectively as an alarm clock
  • Cons: Its design makes it uncomfortable to use, its buttons sometimes need more than one push to work
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Overall 7

Expert Review

PC Advisor
2 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Regrettably, this flash-based media player (which is available in black, gray, or pink) is stronger on style than on substance. We found the Creative Zen Mozaic's buttons unintuitive and its menus needlessly complicated.
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