Summary: I do like creative and purchased one of their mp3 players a few years ago. It worked really well and survived several drops without a problem. So I decided to upgrade to this thinking that it was an "upgrade". For me it wasn't. I absolutely hated the buttons. What a stupid design!
Summary: I purchased the X-FI2 when I thought my Creative Zen Vision:M was dying. Fortunately, it didn't. It is still the best. Everytime I think about the X-FIs, I get so mad I could spit. How can you improve on perfection?
Summary: I've owned a few mp3 players, Philips, sansa, ipod(for one day, i hate apple products)(Even though there stuff works alot better than any other mp3 player ive owned) and this one; i bought this one because of its speaker, which is really cool, especially when I'm at work and cannot have ear buds in...
Overall disapointment - original Creative Zen was much better
Photo Student, Amazon
17 July 2010
Summary: I used this player for a few weeks and then decided to buy an ipod instead because of multiple issues. The only reason I want a new player is because the old creative software, for the original Zen isn't compatible with windows vista or 7 1.
Summary: This player is light, small and portable. It's biggest plus for me is that it has a small speaker, which is nice when I do not want to use the headphones. I mainly use it to listen to audio books and that is where the little speaker comes in handy.
Summary: I've been using Creative products for almost twelve years now, and I've finally decided to start looking for audio products from other companies. The Zen X-Fi 32GB is what pushed me over the edge.
Summary: I was very excited to get the 32gb Zen X-Fi. I loaded it with 29gb of music reserving the rest for downloading audio books. The main reason I chose this player was because it had a book marking feature that I wanted to use with the audio books.
Summary: I bought this player after reading many reviews claiming it was one of the best if not the very best mp3 players out there -- in particular with respect to sound quality. Unfortunately, my experience says otherwise.
The Zen X-FI, not as good as the Zen Visions for video playback
3 February 2009
Summary: After my Zen Vision M 60GB Personal Video Player (PVP) died, decided on replacing it with a similar. Ordered from Amazon the Zune 120 because of the great reviews it had. To my surprise and in spite of its 120 GB capacity, the Zune was perhaps the biggest disappointment (read my review) in...
Summary: I give the X-Fi a 2 out of 5 for several reasons. First and most important video support is bad. My ZEN Vision:M 30gig (ZVM) I could transfer any movie with out conversion. The X-Fi will not take any video over 320x240 and that's crap. Second, some audio files have to be transcoded down too.