Creative Zen X-Fi2

  • Creative Zen X-Fi2
72
Based on 34 scores, 42 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    15
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    9

Pros:

  • Impressive video and audio quality.
  • Battery life.
  • In-ear sound quality.

Cons:

  • Loud speaker.
  • No radio recording.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TopTenREVIEWS on 88

This player does exactly what it promises to do: play quality music and...

By CIOL on

Who does not want to have all their music, movies, and pictures all in one place and that too in a way that is super portable? I surely do. In such a situation, what come to our rescue are Portable Media Players or PMPs as they are fondly...

By TechTree on 50

The Creative Zen X-Fi2 is priced at Rs. 8,999 (8GB), 11,999 (16GB) and 14,999 (32GB).I'll be honest; although I really like the previous Zen player I did not like the X-Fi2 at all. There is nothing in this player that would make me choose this over...

By PC Advisor on 70

Priced at £99 the Creative ZEN X-fi2 is a good PMP for its wide format support and sound quality. However, its rather slow response and the non-responsive touchscreen stopped it from becoming a superior product. Laldinfela Pachuau, PCWorld.in...

By PCWorld India on 75

Good on features and decent media playback but its touchscreen and interface need...

By Whathifi.com on 60

With around, it can be difficult for other brands to get noticed, but compared to its rivals, the ’s apparent value seems obvious.That said, while the X-Fi2 is relatively cheap, it feels it too: its 3in touchscreen is somewhat small, and very...

By Tech2 on 80

Performance and batteryThe UI and its subsections are pleasant to view but not flawless to use. The touch screen is not oversensitive, rather it needs a harder touch sometimes. Multitouch operation like scrolling and tracking during a movie can get...

By PCMag Mideast on 70

Building on the already solid X-Fi foundation, Creative’s Zen X-Fi2, a second-generation device, accompanies another update. This time around, the nifty little MP3 player has done away with the distinctive button panel. Instead, the X-Fi2 now...

By DigitalVersus on 60

Terrible Touchscreen That might sound like a rather provocative title, but it's true: we don't think touchscreen interfaces are useful on audio players.While you might have a larger multimedia player in your hands the whole time to surf the web...

By Pocket-lint on 80

X-Fi fans who are willing to put up with a temperamental touchscreen will be pleased with the quality and versatility on offer here, but we were expecting a little more from Creative’s debut in this market Key specs3.5mm jack, FM radio, microSD,...

By Computeractive on 80

The touchscreen is a hassle but the X-Fi2 has a large screen and superb audio...

By itreviews.com on

Creative has rightly enhanced its impressive Zen X-Fi with much improved audio and video technology but the superb sound advances the company has have been largely cancelled out by a cumbersome touch screen system. Creative - Zen X-Fi2 price Buy...

By CNET Australia on 65

The Creative X-Fi2 is an excellent MP3 player with support for FLAC, but is horribly let down by its frustrating...

By Good Gear Guide on 75

Creative has impressed us with the latest addition to its gutsy range of media players. One could easily mistake the Creative Zen X-Fi2 for an Apple product, and overall it’s a lovely lightweight portable media player....

By Channel News Australia on 70

Creative have had a hard slog in the media player market. They have consistently produced reasonable players but have had a hard time taking any market share. The reason is comes down to brand positioning and innovation, both of which they sorely...

By AskMen on 82

Despite not being an iPod touch, Creative’s Zen X-Fi was a more than capable portable media player that offered several unique features and standout style. Announced last month, the follow-up Zen X-Fi2 carries over all that was good from the...

By PC Pro on 83

The touchscreen isn’t perfect, but it has plenty of features and sound quality is superb...

By CNET Asia on 76

The Creative Zen X-Fi2 delivers good all-round audio and video performance, let down only by the screen quality and slow...

By Stuff.tv on 80

A multimedia powerhouse it isn’t, but this little Creative supplies satisfyingly big sound and for a tiny price...

By TechRadar on 60

It's no secret that Creative is in a spot of bother.Dwindling fortunes have caused the Singaporean company to scale back its operations in order to concentrate on its core businesses - making PC soundcards and MP3 players.The problem for us is that...