Creative Zen X-Fi Style
FM Radio reception.
Compact, attractive design.
Good battery life.
Good sound quality.
Not meant for left handed people.
Poor headphone bundled.
Videos need to be resized.
White back gets dirty.
Display has poor viewing angles.
No gapless playback.
Extremely short USB cable.
No dedicated volume control button.
No memory card slot.
Navigating long file list is tedious.
Slight noticeable sound coloration.
By XSReviews on October 20, 2010
There are very few bad things you can say about this little media player. It looks good, it's a nice compact size with solid construction, high quality audio output, the ability to handle pictures and videos, an 8GB capacity, excellent X-Fi tweaks...90
By Whathifi.com on October 08, 2010
At £100 for 16GB, the is a multi-media portable with a very impressive pound-to-memory ratio. With good video format support, FM radio, and a built-in mic and speaker, it ticks all the spec boxes, too.As well as handling the free downloads from...80
By ThinkDigit on October 08, 2010
The Creative X-Fi Style is priced decently at Rs. 6,999. This is around Rs. 1,000 - 1,500 cheaper than the iPod Nano 5G. But for a great experience you will have to invest some money in a decent pair of earphones as the bundled in earphones just do...-
By CIOL on October 04, 2010
Creative’s new Zen range of players were recently launched just a few days ahead of the new Apple iPod’s appearing in the market. In terms of features and attractive pricing, the Zen X-Fi style seems all set to replace the older generation...-
By PC Advisor on September 30, 2010
The Creative ZEN X-fi Style does not bring anything new but the design. If you’re looking for a simple compact MP3 player that offers good sound quality and let you play FLAC, we have no hesitation in recommending it. The Creative ZEN X-Fi Style...70
By Tech2 on September 29, 2010
Creative does not disappoint with this handy little player. Sure, all you iPod fans can complain saying it doesn't look half as good, and is too flimsy. But when it comes to value for money, this little baby is a really good deal. The prices for the...80
By TechTree on September 29, 2010
The Creative Zen X-Fi Style is priced at Rs. 6,999 for the 8GB and 8,999 for the 16GB model. What I liked about the player is the small size, excellent audio quality and support for FLAC format. The video playback is not something that I'm too...60
By PCWorld India on September 29, 2010
The Creative ZEN X-fi Style sports a new look that sets it different from the older ZEN series. It is a simple MP3 player that offers good sound quality with FLAC and video playback support. Bearing a more affordable price tag than the iPod Nano, it...75
By CNET Australia on September 17, 2010
It's a good solid player that sits between the Zen X-Fi and the Zen X-Fi2, but there's nothing new to shout...76
By Practical PC on July 16, 2010
Pros: size and weight; good battery life; audio/picture/video replay (from compatible formats); adjustable brightness display; Creative Centrale management software; voice recorder.
Cons: Lack of video format support80