Summary: The wide range of functionality makes the Creative Zen Vision a good choice for anyone who needs a multipurpose device: movie fans who like music, radio listeners who want to record their favorite shows, or photographers who like to listen to music during a long photo shoot session.
Excerpt: Creative has, well let's just say they have a knack of being just that. The Zen Vision:M is no exception to the kind of ease and functionality that Creative incorporates into their devices. But let’s just see how functional it really is shall we. Form Factor I’ll be straight with you (after all that's my job), the Vision:M is a bit bulky with specs like 104 x 62 x 18.6mm and a wee bit heavy at 163g.
Excerpt: Creative have decided to ditch Microsoft's Portable Media Center initiative along with their operating system for Creative's own in-house operating system, more codec support and a plethora of other features that I'm going to tell you all about in this review. I suggest you pause here, go put the kettle on and then kick back with a nice brew and enjoy as I take you for a wild ride of this year's most anticipated Creative Labs Audio/Video player release.
Summary: Support for all common video and audio formats, coupled with a sleek, lightweight design and improved user interface help make Creative's Zen Vision, a top-notch media player - provided you have a Windows PC.
Summary: The Vision is one in a long line of Zens. This 30GB fellow majors on vision, including a 3.7in widescreen and an AV-out jack. Jack of all trades, with a few mastered The new Zen is a welcoming chap and embraces many an MPEG, plus AVI, DivX and WMV. You can feed it using the supplied Zen Vision Media Explorer software – bit of a slouch to load but swift to work – or via the Compact Flash card slot. For stubborn files, Creative includes its Video Converter software.