Summary: As a music player, both the Zen and Zen X-Fi is easy to use, it's easy to put music on, it recognizes most file types, and is just generally well designed. My Zen-Fi lasted me about 2 years before it died.
Summary: LOVE THIS PLAYER BUT JUST RECENTLY THE CARD READER STOPPED WORKING AND NOW WORKS INTERMITTENTLY IF I HAPPEN TO BE PLAYING MUSIC BEFORE I GO TO THE CARD READER AND THEN NOT ALWAYS. DOES ANYONE KNOW IF I NEED TO DOWNLOAD AN UPDATED DRIVER ETC. OR IF I'M JUST OUT OF LUCK. PLEASE HELP ME IF YOU CAN.
Summary: I brought this product 2 years ago, it provides with great audio quality, above average battery life, useful FM radio, and the EP-830 noise-isolating earbuds are way better than most, the only issue i found is related to the SD support, not only the integration is mediocre but I also got randomly...
Summary: This mp3 player replaced a Creative Labs Zen Touch (20MB) that took a drink in a stream. I bought the X-Fi instead of the X-Fi2 because I didn't want the all-touch-screen operations of the model 2. The sound quality is top-notch, one of the best players out there for sheer sound (sorry, iPod).
Summary: Creative Zen X-Fi is one of the few MP3 Players that has real bookmarking capability as well as an SD card for expansion. It allows you to stop listening to audible books or music and pick up where you left off at any future time even after using it for other things.
Summary: I purchased a Creative Zen XFi2 MP-3 and was told that I could download audia books on it. After a month of talking to technical support and the net library techs I was very surprised to find out that I would need a Zen Xfi MP-3 to download the books.
Summary: I want people reading this review to know that I have always been a fan of Creative Labs. Pros: The Creative Zen X-Fi looks impressive. When people see this device in your hands, they become curious as to what it is and what it does.
Summary: Bought for my son. Came with headphone upgrades. Sound is excellent. Better than I am used to. Moving from cd's to mp3's myself now. I like the removable drive better than a hard drive. More flexibility. Hard to find a good carrying case that does not cover the switch in the back.