Creative Zen Mozaic
As a low-end MP3 player, the Creative Zen Mozaic is well worth a look. Despite the American spelling, there really isn't much to dislike about this one, and there's plenty to love.
At launch, the 2GB version costs £50, which is remarkably cheap when you stop to consider what you're getting for your money.
The second-generation Apple iPod Shuffle costs about £32 for nothing but 1GB of memory and a clip to attach to your clothing.
But for £20 more, the Zen Mozaic offers you a whole world of fun.
The 1.8-inch colour screen is very low res, but it's perfectly adequate and makes navigating through your music very easy.
Nice size. Controls are easy to use. Features are plentiful
Only worthwhile in small capacities
A great choice for anyone on a budget
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79.5 x 40.0 x 12.8
32hr battery life
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