The Creative T200 is naturally expected to exceed the performance and flaws of its predecessor, the Muvo T100, but sadly its performance is only barely acceptable, especially because it was advertised to be a huge improvement during its launch.
When suing the supplied headphones, it still has a sketch bass and blurred treble. Upon using an additional pair of headphones, an increase of sound quality was immediately noticeable, providing a more crisp sound quality,
The added full colour display now visually shows the menu system that is similar to its predecessor, which is somewhat impossible to use and navigate around. The solution of the display screen is not great, and it can't be used to view videos or photos.
Its battery stamina is fairly good, taking about 90 minutes to fully charge and providing up to 12 hours of continuous audio playback on average.
The transfer speeds are also quite fast, on average taking about 3.7 secs to transfer 10 megabytes of music files.
Sadly it lacks radio capabilities and its compatibility is quite limited, only supporting Window Vista and Window XP.