Global Shopping Center
UK | Germany
Home - Electronics - Brands - Creative Labs Help

81-100 of 200     Back   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 20

click price to see details     click image to enlarge     click link to go to the store

$59.95 list($149.99)
81. Creative Labs Nomad MUVO NX 128
$43.99 list()
82. Creative Labs De5671 Modem Blaster
$45.99 $34.99 list()
83. Creative Labs Sound Blaster Go!
$43.99 $42.92 list()
84. Creative Labs Modem Blaster V.92
85. CreativeLabs MUVO SLIM BATTERY
$24.99 list($29.99)
86. Creative Labs Wireless Optical
$37.54 list($59.99)
87. Creative Labs Wireless Desktop
88. Modem Blaster V92 DE5621 Serial
$49.00 list($79.99)
89. Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI
$123.99 list($169.99)
90. Creative Labs Muvo NX 256 MB MP3
91. CREATIVE LABS ZEN Micro Remote
92. Creative Labs 51000000AA227 Speakers
$17.99 $10.99 list()
93. Creative Labs Optical Mouse
$35.99 $23.99 list()
94. Creative Labs Modem Blaster V.92
95. Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox "C"
$12.99 list($49.99)
96. Creative Labs DI5630 Modem Blaster
$82.95 list($99.99)
97. Creative I-Trigue i3350 2.1-Channel
98. Creative Labs Inspire 6600 6.1
99. Creative Labs 16Bit-Dac 32-Voice
100. Creative Zen Micro 4 GB MP3 Player

81. Creative Labs Nomad MUVO NX 128 MB USB Flash Drive and MP3 Player
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AVF7X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 366
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • 128 MB of flash memory holds up to 4 hours WMA or 2 hours MP3 music when recorded at 64 kbps (WMA) or 128 kbps (MP3)
  • Works as a USB Flash Drive with any PC or Mac with USB 1.1 port, holds the equivalent of 176 floppies
  • Built-in microphone records up to 8 hours of high quality monaural voice recording
  • Connect to any Creative Speaker system with the M-PORT interface for instant music playback through your speakers
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (21)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but flawed
The MuVo NX is the big brother to the MuVo NOMAD. The new features included make using this MP3 player an absolute breeze. There's now an LCD screen with backlight, which, despite the odd inaccuracy with the timing and the average brightness of the light makes selecting songs much easier. There's even a high quality EQ system, which allows you to use a custom EQ setting or a preset. The microphone comes in handy, though the 8-bit quality means bootlegs are out of the question! It's also much easier to navigate your music files, and a copy of Creative MediaSource is even thrown in which is superb for ripping and recording. The batteries last ages, though the backlight, EQ and jog dial tend to drain them quicker. The player can also be used as a flash drive - those used to floppy disks know the relief this brings. The 128MB is not huge, but you can squeeze on about 40-45 MP3s. Just the size of the player alone is one aesthetic quality that prompted me to buy it (apart from being a previous Creative NOMAD user).
However, the sound quality is not amazing through the standard issue headphones, and they quickly die out being so delicate. There also seems to be a common glitch with most of the NX users I know that results in a sound cut-out if the player is put down in a certain way - possibly a poor quality eadphone connection. Creative have also done away with the handy neck-cord - instead, an armband contraption is thrown in that is absolutely no use to me. The jog-dial - despite being better than the tiny switches on the NOMAD - is far too delicate.

5-0 out of 5 stars a happy balance
i've owned the device for 5 mo now, and it's done a beautiful job as a "walkman" and a usb storage device (ppt files, etc.). having read every review on amazon, i was a bit concerned about the 'lasting quality' of the device, but i haven't had any trouble, even after having dropped it a few times. the factory headphs are undeniably bad; i bought a pair of sennheiser mx500s as a replacement. the irivers obviously have a solid reputation when it comes to these "compact mp3" players, but i couldn't deal with having another connecting cable (from mp3 player->computer) on my desk. the built-in plug on the muvo and its size just makes it an all around convenient little gadget. to echo a previous reviewer, if you're concerned about the 'order' of your uploaded songs, use the "copy to device" function in windows media player. oh and for those that are just doing +/-30-min workouts, 128mb is more than enough storage space.

finally, if you're really paranoid about warranties, etc. look into your credit card options - visa (platinum) said it would double the manufacturer's warranty, so that took my muvo from 3->6 mos. if that's still not enough for you, then look into buying an iriver from best buy and purchasing the additional 1-2yr coverage direct through best buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me
I love it. Small, lightweight, easy to use.

The headphones are terrible!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great player but drains batteries
This is a really good MP3 player & USB storage device. I bought the previous version and this one with the LCD display is so much more useful.
The only problem is that it constantly drains the battery (a problem with the previous version also) even when the player is off. So if you don't use it for a while and leave the battery in it, you will find that the battery has less "juice" or is completely drained (for you geeks: it draws 700uA to 800uA in the
"off" state). I would guess that it's because Creative is using an electronic "power" switch instead of a mechanical one....poor choice. Just remember to take the battery out when not in use!


82. Creative Labs De5671 Modem Blaster V.92 USB External Modem

our price: $43.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006B6OK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 14942
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Bad software.
If you have a hyper-threaded processor in your computer, be wary of this modem. The software that shipped with the modem was so totally flawed that my computer locked up every time I tried to dial my ISP. Creative Labs has an updated driver on their website that was supposed to fix the hyper-threading problem. However, I had to manually uninstall the old driver by wiping out a bunch of registry values (very dangerous) because the uninstaller didn't remove the bad version of the driver properly. When the new driver was finally installed, most functions worked OK but my computer still hangs up whenever the Modem-on-Hold feature is actived. So I had to disable call-waiting in the dial string to avoid inbound calls altogether while online. This modem may be inexpensive but it does not perform exactly as promised. The software and the overall design leaves something to be desired.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great modem but>>>>
This is a great little USB modem but there are some do's and dont's with the install!! Better make sure your USB port on your PC is at least version 1.1 (as my second computer was only USB 1.0) and couldn't get this modem to work properly on that PC. Plus if you connect to a USB powered hub as I did, you might also have slow performance problems.. Once I connected straight to the back of the PC the internet connection started to fly.. am Im very pleased with this modem "on my newer pc"

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Modem
The auto-start feature for the CD-ROM did not work. Once you get past that and to the appropriate start files the modem installs easily. Good dial-up connection speeds. ... Read more

83. Creative Labs Sound Blaster Go! External USB Sound System with Head Phones

our price: $45.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000C4DVZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 7185
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • High Fidelity Sound
  • Quality Noise Cancellation Headphones
  • USB Powered and Portable
  • Easy Connection to Notebook or PC
  • Premium Stereo System on the Road or at Home

84. Creative Labs Modem Blaster V.92 PCI with Speaker Phone (Internal DI5631)

our price: $43.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000646PW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 14013
Average Customer Review: 2.38 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • Browse the Internet and download Web data FASTER with the new V.44 compression standard
  • Log on to the Internet faster with QuickConnect
  • Place and receive phone calls while maintaining your Internet connection with Modem-on-hold
  • Backwards compatible with existing V.90 ISP standard

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Gone, but not forgotten!
This modem worked great for us with Win XP, however - after uninstalling this modem and going on to DSL, the darn MODEM ON HOLD UTILITY won't leave me alone. I don't remember ever asking the install to load this. It did, though, and now it won't go away! I would love to know how to uninstall this! I did not ever use it in the first place. It comes up in my system tray over and over and I have to close it down every time I restart my computer and I can't even find it in my system! I HATE programs like this that hide from me and I have no control over them... especially when they are useless! Grrr...

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Modem - Not So The Software
Got the modem in 2 days from Amazon although they promised 3-7 business days - WAY TO GO AMAZON!!! You Rock!

I got the retail box to replace my US Robotics PCI 56K Voice OEM modem because it turned out that I could not get drivers for Windows XP and the XP recognized it as regular Fax/Data modem (i,e - no voice functionality).

Installation was pretty easy although I spent a few hours on it and a few phone calls to tech support who were very attentive and helpfull.
The problem I experienced is because Windows XP automatically assign the modem with IRQ. In most cases windows will share the same IRQ between different items. This approach usually works however sometimes it creates conflicts although windows shows none. So the only thing you can do, is start moving the card from one slot to the other and rebooting, until windows will assign the right combination of IRQ. Given that you need to uninstall and reinstall the drivers for each slot, this can take some time. However it is only fair to say THIS ISN't CREATIVE's fault. it can happen with any card.

As for the modem itself, I got it so I can use its speakerphone functionality to participate in conference calls. Unfortunately the software that comes with this modem doesn't even worth the CD it is printed on. Although the internet is full of free utilities I would love to see this product shipped with a couple more decent try-and-buy products (...) That's why I gave it only 4 stars.

Other than that I did not test the modem with internet connection. The fax and voice works just fine. This modem worth the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars A darn good modem after the initial hassle
I'll say it upfront. I had an Actiontec modem. I replaced it with the Modem Blaster V.92 PCI. Immediately, my connection speed increased more than 200%, and my download speed by 300%! The biggest problem is installation. This surprised me coming from a Creative Labs product. I was used to easy installation. I am running Win XP. Apparently, when this modem was issued, Win XP was just being introduced. The included installation disc was useless. So, my computer wouldn't recognize it as a Modem Blaster V.92, just as a generic 56K modem, using the enclosed installation disc. I made the mistake of taking out my previous modem before I installed this one. Take my advice. Leave your old modem in, go to Creative's web site, and download the latest driver for Win XP. I didn't do this, and had to install this modem as a generic 56K, then download the updated driver. However, after I downloaded the updated driver, I uninstalled the Modem Blaster (listed as a generic 56K modem), and reinstalled it with the new driver. Wow! It is so much better than what I had. Even installed as a generic modem it was sooo much better. It's important to install it as a Modem Blaster V.92 modem because you get the "call waiting" feature, which is huge to me, although you need to download the XP update for this feature also. It's not hard to navigate the Creative web site. Just make sure the model number of your modem matches that of the downloads. Overall, I am very happy, after getting over my frustration with the initial install. Take my advice, and you can shortcut the frustration I felt and have a flawless install, and you will be happy with the performance. That's the bottom line: performance, and this modem has delivered for me. By the way, I live out in the boondocks, where connection speed is hard to come by. This modem has boosted my speed almost to the level of my mom's DSL speed at her office ( the difference is very, very small, except for downloads)!


1-0 out of 5 stars WinXP? Don't buy it!!
I should have listened to reviews on this page. If you like frustration, this is the modem for you if your running XP. After days of struggling and downloading drivers from Creative's website (this website is a disaster in itself) I now connect about 1 out of 4 tries, I connect at 24KBS, my download speed is a wopping 2.5 kbs, Modem on Hold doesn't work, and neither does the voice function.

All of this is relatively fun when compared to trying to get technical support from Creative. You will either need to take a day off of work (live person support is only working hours M-F) or put your old modem back in so that you can experience the real pain of dealing with them online. After writing the most detailed description I could of the steps I had taken, the web pages I visited, the drivers I donwloaded, the broken links I found on their web pages, the references to items that are not found anywher else on their website and the remaining current problems..... I finally heard back from them saying "Check for IRQ conflicts". DON"T BUY IT, I WISH I HADN'T

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as I expected
I hadn't read the other reviews here before ordering two of these modems. When they arrived, I installed them anyway just to see for myself how bad they really are. But both work as advertised. One is on an XP controlled machine, the other on an older ME machine. XP recognized the modem and installed it. The ME machine required using the Creative Labs CD. No installation problems. Both are much quicker than the v90 U.S. robotics. ... Read more

85. CreativeLabs MUVO SLIM BATTERY ( 70PD054000002 )

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002RQO4M
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 5191
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

86. Creative Labs Wireless Optical Mouse 5000
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002XGL6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 9381
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • Ergonomic Design Contoured design and comfortable fit for your hand
  • 5 Customizable Buttons Customizable buttons provide maximum control for increased productivity and convenience
  • Wireless Freedom Wireless freedom lets you work and play without constraints or the clutter of cables
  • 800 dpi Optical Precision Enjoy smooth and accurate mouse control on virtually any surface
  • Easy installation Native driver support in Windows

87. Creative Labs Wireless Desktop 8000
list price: $59.99
our price: $37.54
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002CPBUA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 16373
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • Quick Task Control PanelAllows user to easily scroll through documents, the web or switch between running tasks. Instant access to your favorite programs with the 2 programmable application launch buttons.
  • Wireless DesignWireless keyboard and mouse combination frees you from cables and desktop clutter
  • 18 One-Touch Media Control HotkeysFor maximum control, up to twice as many hotkeys than other leading solutions. (6 One-Touch Media Control / 6 One-Touch Internet Function Keys / 6 One-Touch System Function Keys
  • Optical 3-Button Mouse with Scroll WheelComfortable and precise optical control on virtually any surface
  • Silver and Black Metallic FinishPremium metallic finish looks great on your desk

88. Modem Blaster V92 DE5621 Serial

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005UOSL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 14532
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • V.44 compression is designed specifically for the Internet to provide faster access to Web pages and maximizes the efficiency of data retrieval
  • QuickConnect shortens the connection time to the Internet by remembering the connection dialog with your ISP on the first call - making subsequent connections in half the time
  • Modem-on-Hold allows you to place outgoing or receive incoming phone calls when you are on the Internet without disrupting your Internet connection
  • PCM Upstream supports an upstream rate of up to 48 Kbps, dramatically reducing the upload time of data files and email attachments

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Caller ID Didn't Work - Everything Else Was Fine
I bought this modem because it was a controller-based modem (so I could use it with Windows OR Linux, not just Windows). It was serial-port connected, so easy to set up. Also, it has (so Creative says) Caller ID and Caller ID with Call-Waiting functionality. The only thing I couldn't find advertised about it was whether it had Distinctive Ring capability. However, I've had an older v90 internal ModemBlaster that's done me well, so I hoped...

Well, after setting up the modem, I started testing its functionality. It worked great for connecting. It received faxes with no problem. It DOES do Distinctive Ring, and worked perfectly. However - no Caller ID information would display!

After finding nothing enlightening on Creative's web site (they didn't even have the AT command for Caller ID listed in their AT Command Set documents), I contacted Creative's tech support, who acted like I knew nothing - even though I had put in that I was an "Advanced PC User" (I've done PC tech support for over 11 years, which has included lots of experience with various modems.)

They insisted that if I had typed the commands correctly (AT+VCID=1), then the problem lay solely with my computer or the phone line. He did suggest that I could try AT+VCID=2, which is the unformatted version of Caller ID (and which displays something at least even if the phone line is noisy). I tried that, moved the modem to different computers, and attached different phone line segments to make sure there was no line noise. I also tried my v90 internal ModemBlaster in the same places. The v90 worked fine (including Caller ID) - but although everything else worked fine on the DE5621 in each of the places and ways I tested, it just would not do Caller ID.

After searching on the web for reviews that mentioned Caller ID for this modem, I found only one. It was only one line, with no details, and said "This modem does not have Caller ID as advertised". I can definitely say that the one *I* bought doesn't have Caller ID as advertised. I will be returning it and looking for another brand. Creative may do great sound cards, but I don't trust their modems - and their tech support is terrible.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great hardware
I don't know what the first reviewer was doing with this modem, but in all of the testing I've done with it, none of his words apply to this great modem.

Connection: I've easily been able to stay connected to this modem for as long as I want. In fact, the only times I have been disconnected is when I myself disconnected or turned off the modem. If you want me to be blunt, I could probably keep this modem connected for days. The speed the modem provided was also at its peak during all times.

Hardware: The modem itself is rather small and compact, with a lot of signal lights to keep you notified of your connectivity, it has nine lights. It comes with a serial connecter, so all you need is an open serial port.

Installation: I tested this modem on two operating systems, Windows and two distributions of Linux, Mandrake and Slackware. Both installations went fine and without problems. The drivers are only for Windows, but on both systems, you can install the modem by yourself if you have some computer knowledge. In Windows, simply install the drivers and connect normally. In Linux, simply choose the serial port the modem is connected to and connect normally.

Basically this modem is at the peak of technology in its category. I would always pick broadband over dialup, but for those of you who do not have broadband available, or simply don't want it, this modem is right for you.

1-0 out of 5 stars It won't let me give it less than one star.
Stay far away from this modem. It drops your connection about 5 times an hour. Then when reconnecting it may take you 15 trys before you actually get connected. Then to top it off, the speeds are the slowest I've found. After working as a tech support person for an ISP for years, I've figured I've seen bad modems in my time, but this one is the worst. You would be better off using tin cans and string ... Read more

89. Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI 512Sound Card
list price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z7EF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 17658
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The Sound Blaster PCI 512 is an entry-level Environmental Audio solution for gaming and multimedia applications. Delivering accurate 3-D positional sound for two, four, or FourPointSurround speaker systems, the PCI 512 re-creates multidimensional environments for realistic gaming experiences. With onboard hardware acceleration and hardware support for Environmental Audio (EAX), the PCI 512 features the patented EMU10K1 audio and effects processor. With 32-bit, 48 kHz digital signal processing and patented eight-point interpolation, the EMU10K1 produces clear and precise audio fidelity.

The Sound Blaster PCI 512 comes with a one-year limited hardware parts-and-labor warranty. ... Read more


  • Environmental Audio support
  • Sound Blaster PCI compatibility
  • Plug and play
  • Hardware acceleration
  • 3-D audio in real time

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars sound blaster pci 512
This is the best card for your money the pci 512 is a real sound blaster not like what the guy said below there. I a beta and benchmark tester for games ive tested lots of games bottom line the 512 works real good with most and all most all games. I have tested games with diff sound gards sb live 5.1,pci 512,pci 128.between the sb live and pci 512 the is not much difference just in looks. so i highly reccomed this card but if you can put in just 10 buck get the sb live 5.1

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality sound card., great tech support.
I have to say, the comment about tech support would ordinarily imply that something "happened" that required my calling them. Rest assured, it didn't. My archaic computer (Compaq PResario 5070) has its sound card built into the motherboard, and I was told by the store guys that since i couldn't pull it out I would need to go into the BIOS and reconfigure them and disable the original drivers and such in order for the Sound Blaster to work. Well, not knowing anything about my computers BIOS, I called tech support and they were very friendly and helpful. The card is working great, and has all these cool 1/8 inch input jacks that I never had before on my old soundcard. Line in, Mic, front speakers, rear speakers... I don't do any gaming, I mostly got it for home audio recording, and as you can see from the actual hardware, it's been really helpful. Great product.

1-0 out of 5 stars soundblaster that isn't
I have had this card for too long. I bought it when I upgraded to a Pentium 3 (that processor does not like ISA cards). I had upgraded from the AWE64 which was an awesome card in its time.
This PCI512, it is not a Soundblaster chip. Its made by a company Soundblaster bailed out of trouble or something. Anyway it does not share 100% compatibility with soundblaster drivers. If you can afford a new sound card, you can afford to pass this one up. It doesn't work very well in all situations. If you are like me, you buy Soundblaster because they set the standards for compatibility. Atleast before you buy this card go to the soundblaster website and look for yourself what support you cannot get for it. I found very, very little. In fact, it had to be from another source that I found out that my gaming problems was because the PCI512 is not a Soundblaster chip. Soundblaster never comes out and says publicly that you are not buying an original SB design.
Bottom line? This card almost works. Probably that is why SB felt safe to market it under their own name.
I rate it one star because for the money you can do ALOT better. All of the SB PCI series are like this from what I am told.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good alternative to more expensive cards
I chose the Sound Blaster PCI 512 sound card for use with a low power, 5 speaker surround sound system (Cambridge/Creative Labs.) I mainly use this card for gaming and listening to music.

The card has separate front/rear channel plugs for surround sound speakers, a microphone plug, and comes bundled with a decent amount of software. The control software contains controls for "Environmental Audio", which applies different affects to audio output. The most entertaining component of the bundled software has to be the keyboard, which lets you play with a few hundred different instruments and effects- very fun if you don't have a real keyboard to play with.

I have not noticed any flaws in this sound card's performance, and I have not encountered any bugs in the drivers or control software.

This is a great card for anyone looking for a simple, affordable option for gaming and music. Without a high-quality speaker system, you will probably not notice the difference between this sound card and more expensive ones such as the Sound Blaster Live!

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good card
This is a very nice card, espically for games n' such, nice upgrade from my old SB16 card. And since it's from Creative you know it works. Overall a great card and I recomend it. ... Read more

90. Creative Labs Muvo NX 256 MB MP3 Player
list price: $169.99
our price: $123.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CD0F4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 2705
Average Customer Review: 4.32 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • 256 MB of flash memory holds up to 8 hours WMA or 4 hours MP3 music when recorded at 64 kbps (WMA) or 128 kbps (MP3)
  • Works as a USB Flash Drive with any PC or Mac with USB 1.1 port, holds the equivalent of 176 floppies
  • Built-in microphone records up to 16 hours of high quality monaural voice recording
  • Connect to any Creative Speaker system with the M-PORT interface for instant music playback through your speakers
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (44)

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible MP3 Player
The MuVo NX is the absolute best MP3 player I have ever had.

The ultra-small and ultra-light chassis makes it about as burdensome as a lighter. The battery case is also interchangeable giving you a choice between blue and black.

The sound quality is top-notch, not including the fact that a five bar equalizer gives you tons of options.

It is incredibly easy to load music onto it:
1) Remove flash card from battery case
2) Insert flash card into USB slot (it can be awkward without a front USB port)
3)Drag CD folders straight onto it (the MuVo NX is recognized as a external hard drive, open it through My Computer and go to your song folders, then drop onto the hard drive window)
4)Re-insert into battery case
5) Listen to music!

You can also use it as a voice recorder, or drag non-music folders onto it and transfer them to another computer as with a normal flash drive.

It comes with earbuds, but to truly enjoy it's great sound, I recommend getting some nice headphones.

All in all, this is an INCREDIBLE MP3 PLAYER.

P.S. I have only had it for about a week
P.P.S. DO NOT USE WINDOWS FORMATTING SOFTWARE (I haven't done it, however it says it in the manual in very large letters)

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Workout Companion!
Pros: Tiny player with great sound, features like shuffling and EQ, lightweight, easy to set up and copy music or files
Cons: Buttons may be too small for bigger fingers, one AAA battery life only about 5-6 hours, included ear buds are dinky

I already own a CD MP3 player, which is fine for most applications except when I'm at the gym. It's too big and it skips whenever you move. So I really wanted one of the new tiny players. My wonderful boyfriend got me this player for a birthday present.

It is super simple to set up; just install the Creative software, plug the player into an empty USB port, and you'll be copying files in no time! I can either drag and drop from my folders, or create a playlist in Windows Media Player and copy it automatically. It also holds any kind of file. I've used it to copy photos from my laptop to my home PC.

The sound is terrific. I like to turn up the volume fairly high, so that probably eats into the battery life. I was pleased to find out that I can randomly shuffle files, skip folders, or maneuver around my songs any way I like. I can also set the EQ to boost the sound even more.

I find the buttons easy to use, but someone with thicker fingers might not like it as much. Just rock the slider back and forth to move from song to song. The attractive and readable display shows you the time elapsed and any MP3 tags included in your file.

The included belt clip is very secure and slides into the included armband. I've only used the armband once, but I noticed a funny rubbery smell on my arm after working out. Could be because it's new!

I have not yet tried rechargeable batteries with the player, but a normal alkaline battery lasts about 5 or 6 hours. That's certainly long enough for any intense workout, or a 2 or 3-hour flight, but I don't want to have to keep changing batteries. Two colored battery "skins" are included, blue and gray. (You can also buy more skins via the Creative website for about $8-10 apiece.) You could either swap the player out to a different color and match your outfit, or keep a battery in each skin and use the alternate skin as a backup.

I also bought new sports-style headphones because I found the included earbuds to be totally useless.

Overall I love this little gadget! It's exactly what I needed in an attractive usable extra-light package. Thanks, sweetie!

5-0 out of 5 stars IF it was a woman I'd marry it.
Okay, So this is the 4th MP3 player I purchased in the past month. I tried the Dell Juitbox 20G. A Samsung and a IPOD. I needed to take off a week of work to stay home and figure out the Dell. On my Harley the thing kept freezing and finally just bit the dust after 2 weeks. The Samsung would NOT let me download from Musicmatch WMA files. The IPOD was miserable to figure out menus. So I purchased the Creative Labs Muvo NV 256MB as a last resort before returning back to my simple Tape cassette player on the bike. Plain and simple: This is SO SIMPLE, beautifully designed, AGAIN SIMPLE to use MP3 there is. It downloaded all songs both MP3 and WMA files no problem and no glitches. The menus on it are superb, easy to read, easy to navigate, no brainer toggleing. Its tiny, amazingly free of glitches, and wont freeze on my Harley. Plugs directly into the USB port with no wires and no problems with my windows XP like the others had. I actually hired a guy to help me figure out the other MP3 playes I purchased and even he was boggled. I didnt even call him for this. Whoever invented this thing is a genious and realized that I AM NOT. BUY this thing and dont think twice. Enjoy.

4-0 out of 5 stars good mp3
this is a great little player, i would have given it 5 stars but the head phones the give u is crap!!!!. The head phones lasted me 3 week and the broke(one side stoped working).

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME portable player
As an owner of an Archos 30GB jukebox, which I love, I needed something that I could take a CDs worth of music with me while I work out.

I bought this player and it is THE best thing I have ever taken with me. I can take about 2-3 CDs worth of music, put it on my arm while I run, exercise, etc. and it works beautifully. All the buttons are easy to reach on my arm. The menu is EASY to use, it doesn't skip (flash memory), and haven't tested out the battery lifve, but using a AAA battery, it's no big deal to just put another one in.

This is the best portable I have used, I now carry it EVERYWHERE I go as it can be used as a portable drive as well. I love it. ... Read more

91. CREATIVE LABS ZEN Micro Remote Accessory for MP3 Player

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007M60UA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 23103
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Creative Labs (70PF119000001) Zen Micro Wired Remote Black ... Read more

92. Creative Labs 51000000AA227 Speakers Sound Blaster SBS250
list price: $29.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000065DJM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 16480
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Creative's Sound Blaster SBS250 bookshelf/desktop speakers are powered by 2.5 watts RMS each. The speakers offer rear-panel bass ports for enhanced low frequencies, pumping bass down to a respectable, if not bone-jarring, 90 Hz. The sleek, stylish speakers tuck nicely in small spaces. You'll enjoy the convenience of front-panel volume and power controls, as well as a front-panel .125-inch headphone jack for private listening. No more reaching around the side or back of your PC to plug in your headphones!

What's in the Box
Two speakers, a power adapter, registration card, and a user's manual. ... Read more


  • Bass port enhances low-end response
  • Convenient front-panel volume and power controls, LED indicator for power on/off status
  • Front-panel .125-inch headphone jack affords private listening
  • Magnetically-shielded to prevent interference with monitors and displays

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for the price
These speakers are excellent value for money and a vast improvement on the standard tin boxes found for under 20 bucks. With maximum volume loud enough to wake the neighbours, and a bass level sufficient to give depth to any mp3, why waste your money on more expensive versions - after all, these ain't for your top of the range stereo hifi!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for the price
These speakers are plug and play compatible w/ just about any OS, and soundblaster compatible soundcard, have a headphones port, and in general for the price, are pretty sleek and high-quality. My one issue with them would be that the filters built on top of the speakers aren't extremely effective for filtering out static, but it's a small price ot pay for the cheapness and overall effectiveness and quality of the speakers. ... Read more

93. Creative Labs Optical Mouse

our price: $17.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008VF23
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 17136
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • Optical Sensor
  • Scroll Wheel Control
  • Installs easily with a simple USB connection or the standard PS/2 mouse connector
  • Experience reliable performance on virtually any surface
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive Optical Mouse -- What are you waiting for?
Still get that mouse-freeze, and then have to open the underside to clean out bits of gook to get it to operate?

Well, it's time to go with an optical mouse. This one isn't loaded with options, but it won't set you back too much dinero.

Retire your mousepad, and go optical. ... Read more

94. Creative Labs Modem Blaster V.92 PCI (Internal DI5633)

our price: $35.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005UKA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 11172
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (14)

3-0 out of 5 stars Installed First Time with Win2K
This Creative ModemBlaster V.92 Modem installed first time and automatically with Win2K. When I booted the system, it came up as already installed! No need to go through the driver installation procedure. It consistently gets 48kbps for downloads and I see bursts of 100 - 150kbps for web site pages.

I noticed that Win2K was using one of its generic drivers to run the modem and thought, "Let's upgrade to the latest driver from Creative Labs." Well, that turned out to be a mistake. After installing the driver, the system restarted and then locked up in the Windows 2000 startup screen. I had to restart again, press F8, and then pick last known good configuration to restart the computer. Win2K restarted with the old generic driver and everything is working fine again.

I bought this modem after returning the Best Products equivalent product because Win2K didn't recognize it after several attempts to get it installed, to no avail.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Modem and great value.
I have been using this for the past 3 months. I have yet to have any problems. Did not test the .v92 as I do not have call waiting. Highly recomended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Modem. No Problems on Win98SE
I bought this modem after my V.90 failed. It installed perfectly
on my Win 98SE system and every function advertised worked, in-
cluding V.92 Modem-On-Hold features of Answer an incoming call
and Place an outgoing call, while maintaing my modem connection.

My modem was the PCI Di5633 Internal, without a Speakerphone and with out the Flash. I see Amazon appears to lump all Creative ModemBlaster product reviews together, from the comments I see in others reviews. So, problems some have noted may be Windows Version or Modem Version related.

Note you MUST have Creative's NetWaiting program running to use
the V.92 Modem-on-Hold features. I noticed I had to specifically
move NetWaiting to my Windows Startup folder to get it to load
on starup (bootup), even though NetWaiting Settings had "Launch At Windows Startup" enabled. It would not load on startup until I
dragged NetWaiting to my Windows\ProgramFiles\Startup Folder.

In addition, you must have Call Waiting on your telephone service
to Answer and incoming call and Three Way Calling on your tel service to Place an outgoing call. Otherwise, your modem connection to your ISP(internet) will be lost. Hope this helps.

1-0 out of 5 stars This modem stinks
I purchased this modem 5 days ago. The dial up speed is slower than ever. The connection speed is consistently at 28000 bps where I was getting 45333 bps with a usr. I initially could not get the modem on hold feature to load. Once I did get it to load, the feature does not work. It does not recognized and incoming call and I cannot make an outgoing call. Whenever I attempt to used the moh feature, it disconnects. It disconnects when I am not using the moh feature. I have got yet to be online for an hour without an interruption. Don't mention the additional included software, it's a joke. Don't waste your time and money.

1-0 out of 5 stars This modem ...
I have try this modem on 2 computers with xp and one with 2000 pro. I have updated drivers and it DOES NOT work. If it does dial up then it will just lock up my computer. I highly recommend you don't waste your time with this modem. ... Read more

95. Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox "C" (Blue)
list price: $219.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005ICCX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 9336
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • All the great features of the Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox at a great price
  • Portable digital audio player with 6 GB of built-in storage; store up to 150 CDs at 128 Kbps MP3 audio format encoding or up to 300 CDs at 64 Kbps WMA audio format encoding
  • Plays MP3 and WMA files; upgradable to support other formats and is SDMI compliant
  • USB interface for fast digital transfer; compatible with Windows and Mac
  • Comes with one set of rechargeable batteries and AC adapter; does not include carrying pouch or headphones

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars By far, the best gadget I have bought in a long time
As you can tell by the rating and the title of the review, I am one happy camper with my Nomad Jukebox.

Why? Well first off, 6GB of MP3's is a LOT of CD's. Next, because I am a music freak, I bought the 20GB upgrade for the Jukebox (search the web for Nomadworld). Anyhow, the dang thing just runs great, is slick, and now I have 500 CD's to cart around with me (yes 500 CD's on this thing!).

The only drawback is that the battery power get's drained quickly, but Creative Labs has been kind enough to give you two sets of rechargable batteries so you can listen to 8 interrupted hours of music without a recharge.

The software that comes with the Jukebox Ripps CD's in a flash, is easy to use, and makes managing all of this music a snap (thank goodness).

Makes flying in an airplane just fly on by (yes, pun intended).

Get it - it is well worth the money. Why waste your time with a 64 MB MP3 player... uploading, deleteing, uploading, deleteing. This thing will hold all of your music.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but should be better
Pros: (almost) 5 gigs of storage, attractive design, good sound, nice headphones included, software is upgradeable, plays well with iTunes on Mac.
Cons: Many people (including me) have problems with the built-in battery recharger. No battery power display in main menu screens (you have to dig for it). Software is poor in general; you can't search for a song by title or queue an entire artist's library by name; no "queue all" feature; playlists uploaded to the player aren't saved - you have to remake the list on the player. No downloading capability! This is VERY lame if you want to share songs with a friend or backup the tracks that comes preinstalled on the player. Hopefully this will be remedied with future software releases. No forward or reverse scanning - this is very inconvenient if you're listening to audio books or other long tracks and want to come back to the middle of the chapter.
Conclusion: if you can't wait to get a portable hard-drive type mp3 player then this should satisfy you, but personally I would wait for the next generation of models which will have greater storage and improved software.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great MP3er
It is a great device. It is a little bulky, about the size of a CD player, for an active person (hard to run with) but works great in a car or anyother place that isn't too wild. People are right about it [using]up the batteries, but with an AC charger and a DC charger it makes it possible to charge and run anywhere. It has its misshaps with some songs, which happens in the same place (it skips), but deleting and then putting the song back on solved the problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars One year later
So, I've had the Jukebox for just under a year now and here's what I think: It does everything that they say it does. It's reliable and eliminates the need for a cd player. Overall, I'm happy with it. However, a word of warning. The "Playcenter" software that ships with the unit installed easily when I was running Windows 98. When I moved to an XP machine, it was a different story. The updated drivers at the Creative site were more confusing than anything else. Eventually I ended up following directions from a site dedicated to Nomad users, and after two days of hell I got it to work. Apparently this is a common problem. I couldn't tell you what I did and hope that I never have to do it again. Now that it's done, everything is great and I love my Jukebox.

5-0 out of 5 stars KICK BUT MP3 PLAYER

96. Creative Labs DI5630 Modem Blaster Flash 56K Modem
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JD6R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 20456
Average Customer Review: 4.21 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • Plug and Play compatible
  • Hot Pluggable/Swapable
  • Voice Mail and other phone features
  • Full Duplex Speakerphone
  • Video Conferencing (V.80) capable

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars A real Gem!
This modem is a real gem and a steal at it's price. I owned one for 3 years until it got zapped during a thunderstorm recently and now I am hunting around for another one. You get rock solid connections and excellent throughput and download speeds but one thing that really stands out is its ability to shrug off bad line conditions. I had installed dsl before my modems demise and it performed flawlessly even with the additional line noise brought on by dsl. If you are looking around for a modem as backup to your dsl/cable then look no further. You will be hard pressed to find a finer modem. BTW my pc is a Pentium 200mhz just so you know that this modem is totally undemanding on cpu cycles, in fact its minimum system requirements is a 100mhz cpu! If you look at other int modems out there you will see much higher cpu requirements because the modem depends on your cpu to do some of its work, but not this one! An excellent buy! No other modem comes close in terms of performance.

4-0 out of 5 stars More baud per buck!
When it comes to computer peripherals at this price, it's tempting to ask not how well it works, but does it work at all. Well, it won't intercept your emails while the PC's off, or grab faxes for you, or page you when an email arrives, but if you want those things you're in completely the wrong price-range. In reallity, I found setting this modem up to be very simple and straight forward, though I can see how the complete novice may get a little confused, and it has so far been a solid performer giving good connection speeds without sacrificing accuracy. My neighbour uses a $200 modem, and gets precisely the average 48 KBPS connection speeds that I get on this little budget gem. I'm not going into design features and build quality and all the other things you may be interested in if you were spending silly money, and as for reliability, well mine hasn't flinched in 2 years, so if it blows tomorrow I'll consider I had my money's worth. Capable and reliable this is a great choice for the budget conscious.

2-0 out of 5 stars May have problems with XP
Have been running Windows XP. XP recognizes it as a generic fax/modem and answers the phone everytime it rings as a fax interfering with incoming calls. Creative has not released a driver for XP. It connects about 30 to 50% of the time on first try. Once connected the connection fails about 50% of the time. Have tried to get help from Creative, but nothing yet.

5-0 out of 5 stars good modem, good price
The modem works well and installs easily.

4-0 out of 5 stars Included software Stinks
I love the modem. All my other software works with it. But I still haven't got the SUPER VOICE 2.2 to work with it. I can recive calls but can't make them. I have tried new drivers and settings and nothing works. But the modem works fine with the Phone dialer and the TAD works great with the Sound Blaster Live soundcard. Good price great modem. Love it ... Read more

97. Creative I-Trigue i3350 2.1-Channel PC Speaker System (3-Speaker, White)
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000A03MZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 8077
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Creative's I-Trigue i3350 2.1-channel speaker system delivers quality, performance, and style in a sleek design that fits nicely in any modern home office. Included are stereo satellite speakers powered by 9 watts RMS per channel and a 25-watt subwoofer with a 6.5-inch driver to fill out your music, games, or music. Designed to complement your Apple iPod, iMac, and iBook, the i3350 features 2 premium speakers, each housing a trio of 1-inch, titanium microdrivers to ensure greater sonic accuracy and clarity than speakers designed with aluminum drivers.

The system's powerful subwoofer uses a dual flared-port tube for clean and natural sound with rock-solid bass performance. The i3350 is remarkably easy to use, with a supplied wired remote to let you adjust power, volume, and bass emphasis right from your listening position. A built-in headphone jack grants private listening.

What's in the Box
Two satellite speakers, 1 subwoofer, connecting cables, a wired remote control, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


  • Designed to complement your Apple iPod, iMac, and iBook
  • High-precision titanium drivers
  • Stand-alone, wood-enclosure subwoofer with 6.5-inch woofer
  • 80 watts total peak power (43 watts RMS)
  • Headphone jack affords private listening; wired remote control simplifies operation

Reviews (3)

i think the seller of this product should specify that they carry two different colors of this item and not have their customers guessing what they get. the point is i didnt get what was promised to me for my money and that to me means that i got ripped off by these people and i wish i could contact them and get my money back this was my first online buy and i got jipped so i think from now on ill get my lazy but off the couch and go to the retail store near me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sound Tinny
I have an old pair of Kenyo's that I paid $12.00 for and they sound better than these!!! Find something else if you enjoy listening to music. $90.00 for these $10.00 speakers is a rip off.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for turning your computer in to a stereo
I wanted something to improve the sound quality of music played off of my laptop and so I started searching for some 2.1 speakers. Found these on a great bargain at from Office Depot.

I have them set up in our TV "room" where they sit on either side of the TV and about 5 ft. from the computer. It is a great set up. Gives listening to music from the computer a stereo feel. One thing that would make it better is if the cords between the sub and the computer input were longer. It is just a 6 ft. cord and so I can't really stretch it much further.

These are not THX certified and the satellite speakers are pretty small so the sound is okay, not great. But it can fill our large studio appartment, no problem.

If the price is right, and it was for me (though 78 from Amazon seems little high) I recommend these whole heartedly. They take your computer to a whole new level. ... Read more

98. Creative Labs Inspire 6600 6.1 Computer Speakers (7-Speaker, Black)
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006SKLC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 19634
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan


  • EAX technology for realistic 3-D audio in games and 6.1-discrete channels with Sound Blaster Audigy 2
  • 120 Watts System Power (8 Watts RMS per satellite/20 Watts RMS front center satellite/ 22 Watts RMS subwoofer)
  • Built-in CMSS upmix switch for a dramatic 6.1 gaming soundfield with Sound Blaster 5.1
  • Cinematic 6.1 experience in Dolby Digital Surround EX movies with Sound Blaster Audigy 2
  • Wired volume/bass control with power switch and a headphone jack

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great speakers for its price
I spent months looking for an adequate 5.1 speaker set to go with my system without having to break the bank!!
I looked at the Logitech Z640 (boy that stuff sells like cheap dirt), I also looked at the inspire 5200, altec lancing and Monsoon 505-H.

Well after listening to them all; the inspire 5200 caught my attention because of the quality of its sound reproduction and clean base.

The monsoon could be turned up all the way with out loosing it quality but it did not sound as good as the inspire though it had good base and looked cool (depending on your taste).

The Altec Lancing sounded great also; the Logitech had the worst sound quality (like cardboard paper was used to make its speakers). Its base was not bad though.

I finally settled on the 6600 because it was 6.1 even though I was not going to buy an audigy 2 card, I figured that I will finally be able to squeeze everything out of my SB live 5.1 digital. I am not using the center rear speaker.

The 5200 sounded great and since the 6600 is more modern, more powerful and cost approximately 20.00 more, I went with it.

These speakers sound great.
It is quite loud 1/2 way up.
Games like UT2003, Jedi Knight 2 and NOLF2 sound great with 5.1 enabled.
I have not tested them with a DVD movie yet but the base from my VCDs sound excellent.
The base is not going to rock your house, but the speaker set will definitely bother your neighbors if turned up 70% of the way.


If you don't want to break the bank and want to be sure you get the most resent technology from creative get these; you don't need the audigy 2 unless you are interested in 6.1 surround sound, 5.1 is what is supported the most today.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy These. WAIT!
These speakers may be alright to some people. They were the first 6.1 computer multimedia speakers on the market, but they were NOT the best. Klipsch, Logitech, and even Cambridge are all working on high-end speakers that support 6.1 digital sound. Why avoid these speakers? Because even for the price, they don't deliver a good enough quality range! The lows are VERY dull due to the low quality subwoofer and the highs are very squeaky due to the paper-cup-type cones for the speaker's drivers. Since there is not much 6.1 audio available to the general public right now, there isn't much value added to these speakers just because there are seven speakers instead of six. Truthfully, I wouldn't listen to Creative. If you bought these speakers beacuse Creative said they paired well with the Audigy 2, I suggest you return them. These speakers will not sound any better than any Logitech or Klipsch speaker system that you install into an Audigy 2. Take that HorsePlop creative tells you and throw it into a can. These speakers are not worth the value or the bundle with the amazing Audigy 2 sound card. If you REALLY want a 6.1 system that can play 6.1 digital sound for all your music, games, and DVDs, wait for a newer 6.1 model from a high-end provider such as Klipsch, Logitech, or Cambridge. These speakers are no more than a trick to get un-aware buyers to think that these speakers paired with an Audigy 2 will sound phenominal. Not true folks! Don't buy them!

3-0 out of 5 stars Too much hiss
Although in the past I have appreciated Creative Lab products, these speakers had to go back after a week because of the continual, and quite audible, hissing noise they made when no program was running, even at low volume levels. I have a Dell machine with an Audigy 2 sound card, and I tried to troubleshoot the problem by swapping out four sets of speakers on the machine, including some that are over 6 years old. No other speakers demonstrated the hissing problem. I am not sure if this is a quality control issue, or a poor shielding issue, but having three speakers constantly hissing within 18 inches of your ears gets old pretty quick.

I would describe the sound quality as very good considering the price point. Don't expect tremendous quality, but you also won't be breaking the bank.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound at a bargain price.
Creative lowered its prices recently and for about $85US these babies will fill your room with sound. I listened to a few sound systems and made my choice after weighting price vs performance. Here are the pros and cons as viewed from the pt of view of a wanna-be audiophile:


1. Excellent build quality and packaging (too much packaging)
2. Above average clarity, tight bass
3. Satellites can go VERY loud
4. Connecting wires are pretty long
5. Wired remote with headphone jack
6. Nice design, the grill on the subwoofer is detachable
7. Price
8. Sub is twice as big as the Inspire 5.1 5200's


1. Need at least 10-15 hrs to break in. DO NOT crank'em without breaking them in first because they will sound poorly.
2. The sub still needs more power
3. Upper mids are ok, lacks lower mids
4. Way too many wires (6(spk) + 3(audio) + 2(remote & power) = 11 wires leaving the sub)
5. Centre satellite is the SAME as the other ones, 20 watts...probably, but you can't tell the difference anyway.
6. Not enough sound coming through the centre and rear-centre satellite when playing music

Overall this is a great system for [the price]. Without the Audigy 2 with CMSS2 enabled they will sound flatter so do yourself a favor and get an Audigy 2 snd card if you're planning to buy these.

5-0 out of 5 stars Creative rock on!!!
I actually use these babies for music rather than gaming and movies, an let me tell ya, these speakers ROOOOCK!!!
Now I enjoy all my favorite rock tunes with quality sound and bass that throws away my advanced stereo!
I you want to annoy your neighbours and rock the house, than these speakres are for you! ... Read more

99. Creative Labs 16Bit-Dac 32-Voice Line Mic/Midi Interface ISA Waveffect Sound Blaster 16
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z72Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 19999
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

100. Creative Zen Micro 4 GB MP3 Player White
list price: $199.99
our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00086HTRI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 114601
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Amazon Product Description

The Zen Micro digital music player from Creative Labs packs an incredible 4GB of storage capacity into a shell small enough to sit comfortably in yourjeans pocket. It also rides nicely in your hand, with a palm-fitting profileand thumb-friendly front-panel controls. It's a bit shorter than an Apple iPodMini, yet its rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides 12 hours of continuousplayback--50 percent more than iPod Mini's. The Zen Micro is compatible notmerely with MP3s and WAV files, but with WMA as well. Toss in USB 2.0 connectivityand you're looking at one spiffy portable music player.

But playing isn't all the Zen Micro does. You can useit to receive FM radio (with 32 station presets to keep your favoritesat the ready), and to record, either from the radio or from live sourcessuch as voice dictation or lectures using the built-in condenser microphone.

Trimmed in a luminescent blue glow and with easily visible backlit buttons,this stylish orange player holds up to 1000 songs (64 hours) at 128 kbpsor 2000 songs (166 hours) at lower-fidelity 64 kbps (MP3/WMA)--that'sa solid week's worth of music listening, never playing the same song twice.Compatibility with Microsoft's WMA compressed-audio format grants accessto over 2 million downloadable songs offered promotionally or for saleonline.

Perhaps the Zen Micro's coolest attribute is its DJ feature, which willshuffle not only all the songs you've loaded or all the songs on a givenalbum, but also, at your discretion, only the tracks you listen to mostor the ones you rarely hear, taking the work out of selecting your favoritesor hunting out all the music you're still getting to know.

For navigation, the device featuresa vertical, linear touchpad designed to make searching through songs orplaylists easy, quick, and fun. The unit's blue, 160 x 104-pixel, electroluminescentLCD shows key functions and song details at a glance, and you can even customizethe main menu to keep right at your fingertips the features that mattermost to you.

Another of the Zen Micro's handy features is its personal organizer.You'll never forget an important anniversary with the onboard calendar,and it also includes a to-do list and a contacts list, all of which syncseamlessly with Microsoft Outlook (Outlook thus required for use of thesefeatures). Further, the device offers a sleep timer and alarm so you candrift off to sleep to the strains of one playlist and wake to a completelydifferent one.

The Zen Micro's removable battery is easy to swap with another fullycharged battery (additional batteries sold separately), extending yourlistening by a half-day per swap.

Zen Micro's rechargeable battery is easy to replace.

Zen Micro's Removable Disk mode lets you connectyour player to the computer and directly copy the files you need.

Vertical touch pad
No more going round in circles to find the song you want, we all knowthat the quickest distance between two points is a straight line. ZenMicro's vertical touch pad and touch sensitive controls are designed tobe intuitive so that searching through songs or playlists is easy, quickand fun - try taking a cruise down this strip.

Removable Disk
Store and transfer not only your favorite tunes, but importantdata files as well. Zen Micro's Removable Disk mode lets you connect yourplayer to the computer and directly copy the files you need.

Highest audio quality of any MP3 player
Zen MP3 players are renowned for their superior audio quality, and theZen Micro is no exception. With an outstanding industry leading 98dB signalto noise ratio, you can achieve audio bliss with clarity as good as expensivehi-fi systems. That coupled with high fidelity earphones with dynamicbass response, the Zen Micro not only sets a new standard for sheer style,but for unmatched audio perfection.

What's in the Box
The Zen Micro player, stereo earbud headphones, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, a USB 2.0 cable, an installation CD, a quick- start guide, and Creative MediaSource software. ... Read more


  • Vertical touch pad simplifies navigation; body is curved to fit your hand
  • FM radio with 32 station presets for listening and recording; 10-hour voice recording through built-in microphone
  • 12 hours continuous playtime using the supplied rechargeable lithium-ion battery; extend your listening using multiple batteries (sold separately)
  • Includes headphones, a belt clip, a stand, and an AC/DC power adapter
  • Micro-sized 4 GB digital-music player holds 2000 songs at 64 Kbps WMA or 1000 songs at 128 Kbps MP3

81-100 of 200     Back   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   Next 20
Prices listed on this site are subject to change without notice.
Questions on ordering or shipping? click here for help.