The creative zen mp3 player packs a lot of sound for its size. Its cool how so much sound can come out of an electronic so small. Of course headphones are the only way to hear its ability but still its impressive. I can just put the Zen mp3 player in my pocket while its connected to the headphones and I'm listening to songs. Its only 2 inches in width and a little over 1 inch in length.
I'm not a Sound Fanatic when it comes to music players so other people could be more judgemental on this. It would have to sound quite bad for me to complain on the sound quality. Oh by the way it sounds good, lol.
Amount of Storage Space
It has 1GB of memory to add my songs to but thats more than enough for me to enjoy listening to my songs.
Simple and Convenient
I download my music online and just add it to the mp3 player while its plugged into my pc and I'm all set to listen to the songs I love. You have to download the software from the Creative Labs company web site before this can be done though.
Enjoyable Ways To Use It
Its good to use for working out or even to tune things out so I can just escape for a break of relaxation. When I don't feel as good as I could just listening to some songs can be enough to perk me up.
When I'm listening to music on it the buttons are so tiny and my hands and fingers are big for a person. When I press to turn up the sound or skip a song its easy to accidently press the wrong button or miss the buttons completely. I would compare it to pressing it with the tip of an ink pen. I have to be more precise because of the mp3 players small size. Despite the complaint I like the size it is anyway and am willing to sacrifice it being small because of the ease of carrying it where ever I go. All in all this is a very minor complaint.
How Long Does It Stay Charged?
I recharge the mp3 by leaving it plugged into the back of my pc. The zen mp3 player can last for 10 hours when fully charged.
What Else It Comes With
It comes with a small pair of headphones but don't expect much from them as the mp3 player is what your mainly paying for. I eventually got me a better pair of headphones after the cheap pair that came with the Zen Player broke. They were good to use and listen to but not very reliable or durable