Creative Zen Nano Plus 1 GB
Product Type: Creative MP3 players
Description:Model ID 70PF163300023 / Creative ZEN Nano Plus - Digital player / radio - flash 1 GB - WMA, MP3 - black / The Creative Zen Nano Plus is the sleekest flash ultra-portable MP3/WMA player from Creative. Incredibly thin in design, it is packed with the latest features to meet all your ... more
Creative Zen Nano Plus 1 GB ... needs. Enjoy the amazing, skip free, audio quality when you're listening to your MP3 and WMA music.
The Zen Nano Plus comes complete with a FM tuner, Voice/FM recording, and Line-In encoding for direct connection and recording from any audio source. Directly record your music from a CD player - no computers needed!
Transfer audio and data files in seconds with the Drag-and-Drop feature and USB 2.0 support. In addition, Auto Synchronization makes it easy to transfer your favorite songs and albums from CDs through the line-in connector.
Experience uninterrupted listening pleasure with its 18-hour battery life. Hold it in the palm of your hand or slip it into your pocket. Start feeling your music, not your player!
Newest Review: ... wash cycle after being left in a pair of trousers. I use it whilst running in the rain and it gets banged by children but it ... more
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Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
Customer Creative Zen Nano Plus 1 GB Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/06/08, updated on 06/06/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Is the iPod craze still going on? I suppose it is; it's neverending. I look around and everyone seems to have an iPod of some sort, but not I. This, the Creative Zen Nano Plus, was released way back in 2006 and that's when I bought it. I still use it today; it sits to my right at this very moment. Now, I was always one fairly easily influenced. In my search through the market, I wanted to be part of this whole "i" business without spending an excess of money. I came across the iPod shuffle which became what I thought was a certainty, but clearly not for long. I do a lot of research before settling on a product and I found a plethora of complaints and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/06 (Useful, 165 readings)
Introduction: When i first bought my Creative Zen Nano Plus In 2005 it's RRP was £100, obviously now it has come right down because of the Ipod. I brought the Creative MP3 Player home and it was really nicely packadged and no problems at all! Product Type: Digital player / recorder / radio Digital Player Type: Flash based Width: 3.4 cm Depth: 1.3 cm Height: 6.6 cm Weight: 34 g Colour: White Memory: 1 GB After 2 Months: I had tried to load ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/05 (Useful, 1222 readings)
I recieved the Creative Nano Plus 1gb as a Christmas present. I have a good frame of reference for the review, as I have severally owned the following: 1) An ipod 2) an ipod shuffle 3) a creative muvo 128mb I only have the Muvo now because my Ipod broke, and my Shuffle was put through the wash. The Nano is astoundingly small, even smaller than the Muvo I have. Although proportioned slightly differently, it is about the same size and weight as a 49p Cigarette Lighter. It look absolutely swish. I have the Black 1gb version. The body is one piece formed plastic with no unnecessary embellishments, so its very pleasing to look at. The LCD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/08 (Useful, 31 readings)
I was given my ZeN Nano Plus for Christmas 2006. The use of an external rechargeable battery has meant that I am still using it now and it has continued to work despite being through a full 40C wash cycle after being left in a pair of trousers. I use it whilst running in the rain and it gets banged by children but it still keeps working like a charm. if you buy this machine I would recommend using rechargeable batteries since if you nod-off or it goes on in your pocket you could use up a battery quite easily. The weak spot of many players is their power supply, by seperating the player from its power with the use of external batteries creative ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/08 (Useful, 39 readings)
My other half bought me this MP3 Player a couple of years ago when i needed something that i could listen to on the journey home from work. This is a fab player, especially if you're not technically minded like myself. It's simple and easy to use and it came with an attachment so that it could be worn around your neck which is handy when you don't want to have another thing to carry around. The buttons aren't complex and the menus are easy to find your way through. I still use it on a daily basis when i'm working out or walking into work. The only thing i have had go wrong with it is the battery cover snapped off but that was probably due to excessive throwing around in . Read the complete review
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