Great for Audio books and Music without Searching for it!!!
Joseph S. Cascio, Amazon
26 April 2015
Summary: Great MP3 player. This player allows you to not only put music but audio books on there and return to the bookmark when you left off, not like others where you have to remember the page number and hope you find it within your day.
I've had great luck with it - it's still going strong
1 February 2015
Summary: I've had my X-Fi since November of 2010. I've had great luck with it - it's still going strong. A couple drawbacks lead to this being a 4 star review instead of 5. Major drawbacks: 1. The expansion SD card function isn't integrated, so you have to access everything on the SD card separately.
Summary: Loved this little player for as long as I had it. CreativeLabs had an awesome thing going. The design was unorthodox, but that's partly why I liked it, plus I could expand the memory with an SD card, and worked (IMO) way better than the Video iPods at the time. I used it faithfully until its death.
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 bought this in September 2010, to use strictly as a music player. I re-ripped all of my music from 192k WMA to 64k WMA so it would fit on the player. It holds 858 albums, 13,682 tracks, with 919MB free. I'm very pleased with the player, use it daily and the sound is pretty good.
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.