|Creative ZEN Vision W 60gb Video/FM/MP3/CF PMC-HD0004|
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|Creative Zen Vision W 60GB Widescreen Multimedia Player MP3 Black|
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|The Zen vision W is a beautiful, easy-to-use and durable media player. The display of this Creative Technology 60GB MP3 player is quite wide and clear. The 60GB capacity of this Creative Technology MP3 player lets you store all your favorite music and videos. The Zen vision W has a frequency response of 20 Hz - 20 kHz that produces clean and clear sound. The 2.0 USB in this Creative Technology 60GB MP3 player allows you to connect conveniently to any compatible device. The built-in speaker in this Creative Technology MP3 player gives you amazing music every time you hear. The audio playback of 13hrs and video playback of 4.5hrs in the Zen vision W let you enjoy your music for a longer time|
|Model||ZEN Vision W Black (60 GB)|
|MPN||70PF20120000, visionw60, visionw60 70PF20120000|
|UPC||054651140493, 54651136533, 840356566900|
|Storage Capacity||60 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||Audible, MP3, WAV, WMA|
|Video Supported Formats||AVI, DivX, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV, XviD|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 13 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|Max Video Resolution||480 x 272|
|Screen Size||4.3 Inch|
|Outputs||Composite x 1, Headphone Jack|
|Additional Features||Card Reader, Equalizer Controls, FM radio, Radio Recorder, Sleep Timer, Video Recorder, Voice Recorder|
|Supported Power Supply||Internal Battery|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory, Hard Drive|
|Number Of Songs||15000|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
Beautiful wide-screen display; durable design; intuitive interface; holds up to 60GB; supports wide array of video formats; plays FM radio; supports TiVo To Go and limited movie downloads; syncs with Outlook; removable battery; CompactFlash slot is nice for photographers; good value for a wide-screen PVP.
Bulky body that's just a tad heavy; no line-in audio or video recording; no kickstand; TiVo To Go requires file conversion and third-party MPEG-2 decoder.
The bulky but easy-to-use Creative Zen Vision W and its nice screen will dazzle video lovers who don't require video recording.
Average review score based on 24 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
This is a great product. But if you're the type that is going for large space and pocket size, this isn't the product for you. This is perfect for traveling or simply killing some time. You can show friends some new music without having to share those pesky headphones. Speaker gives great quality, as does the screen. It's ideal for plugging up to your car instead of listening your radio, hoping for that perfect song. Very easy to get around the menu's and it's customizable so you don't need to click 3 to 4 times before getting where you need to be.
The only downside is it's not compatible with Windows 7. It did come out before it's release but quite a few people have made the transition. It is an easy fix though. Don't use the program you install from the disc. Just simply use Windows Media Player. Most people do this anyways, but it's needed, for sure, if you're a Windows 7 user.
Overall, this product is great. It's a matter of preference. The size throws people off because everyone wants that 60 Gig iPod that slides right in your pocket. I recommend this if you're the backseat traveler, or simply just travel on planes a lot. Long battery life for music, and you can get a few movies in before the battery gives out on you.
As said, it's certainly a matter of preference. Zen is definitely the way to go if you don't like the Apple generation.
I have owned several Creative products, from the Zen Touch, to several Zen Vision-M's, and now the Zen Vision-W. While all have functioned perfectly, and I have never had a complaint with any of them, I must say that the Vision-W is the best one of them all!
I love the built in speaker (for times when headphones are not an absolute must), easily accessible button touch controls, and easily programmable FM radio. As far as viewing movies and pictures, the video quality is crystal clear and excellent! The wide screen format makes watching movies easy and most enjoyable.
Another great feature is the ability to use the Zen Vision as an external portable storage drive. With 30 gigs of room, this player has room for music, movies, files, photos, and a whole lot more! It interfaces easily with most computers through the enclosed usb cable, and the Creative Mediasource software is very easy to use (although you can even use Windows Explorer or similar progs to transfer files if you prefer instead).
After seeing and trying my Vision-W, several of my co-workers who were die-hard IPod fans jumped on the Creative bandwagon and purchased their own Zens after being impressed with the quality, features, and ease of use. I told them "Try it, you'll like it!" and once they tried it, they DID! LOL!
If you are in the market, and looking for a true high quality all-in-one portable media player, you should seriously consider the Creative Zen Vision-W! You'll be glad you did!
I bought mine back in the summer of 2007, and it's still going. It's fallen from 4-6 feet onto concrete more times than I can count (at least 100) and it continues to work. It's gone down the stairs twice, been in water, shook, and I've thrown it across the room in bits of anger and it just won't die. The screen finally shattered when I left my cell phone in the same pocket on top of the screen in too tight pants and tripped over a chair. Even still, about 1/5 of the screen still works and it's just right that I can still know what music I'm selecting. I will likely still use this beast for another year still, as there's really nothing else wrong with it.
The built in speaker has good tone and decent volume and has survived 3 years of abuse with no quality loss.
The add to selection feature is something most other mp3 players (including ipods) don't offer and it's so incredibly convenient I will never buy another player without it.
The menu is setup in a very common sense way and all the features are very easily accessible.
Simply put you won't find another mp3 player this nice. Especially now that you can find good shape used ones on ebay for around $100. I honestly can't say enough nice things about this fantastic and beautiful machine.
The Zen Vision W has to be the greatest Mp4 ever built, it has style, a large screen, and 30 GBs to boot.
The best feature by far would have to be the uploading; upload process is alot more simple than an iPod or Zune; you simply drag and drop. Uploading videos has never been so easy either. It accepts a varity of formats to play on. Great for the car if you don't already have a DVD player. Picture qualities are amazing, and the FM is a great bonus when you want to catch the news or your favorite morning talk show. Also, have an expansion card option is great if you have a digital camera and love to share pictures with family and friends.
There are some downsides however. First thing that gets to me is that it weights a great deal and is bit bulky. For guys especially who don't have too many places to place a large retangular object, it think its safe to say it'd be hard not to leave this one at home. Second, i don't like the format to edit music information. You have to sit and click each song and scroll down to edit track information to change things such as artist and song title, unlike iTunes that gives you the option to look at all your tracks all at once. Finally, No album art....I KNOW! I am just picky with that. I would just like to say to any creative representative, why would you make such a wonderful product with all these feature and not include Album art!
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Auction was for a defective Creative Zen Vision W player that was not functional with a cracked screen and a battery that would not charge. When I received the player and examined it fully the cracked scren was correct. The other nonfunctional item was the usb cable. The player was not dead, the player was able to be loaded with about 18gb of audio files and play lists. All worked fine and battery charged with no hitches. The screen does work but the 1/2 inch on the right side did not. If the only use was to play audio files then the player could be used as is with no limitations and without any repairs. This player is too good to be parted out but will be repaired and kept for a spare. I already have 1 player and had been interested in it for the battery but got a lot more then I had anticipated.