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Creative introduces the ZEN VISION down under

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By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Sep 26, 2005 12:45 pm

Creative have just further expanded their ZEN lineup of MP3 players in AU, with a new flagship model dubbed the ZEN VISION. Aside the usual array of features found in Creative's ZEN range of MP3 players, the unit also sports a 3.7" high-res colour screen and 30GBs of storage space. The highlighted feature however is its capability to play back video files (incl. DivX/XViD formats).


For further details, check out Creative's PDF formatted press release.


Sydney, September 30th, 2005 - Creative Labs Pty Ltd, a local subsidiary of Creative Technology Ltd (NASDAQ: CREAF), a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products, today announced the Zen Vision™ MP3 player which comes with a 3.7-inch SharpPix™ high-resolution 640x480 262,144-colour screen for music video playback, as well as photo viewing. The player supports the Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM) standard and Creative will be working with various partners to provide music video download services for users in the near future.


Featuring a transflective screen that provides good image and video viewing even in bright sunlit conditions, the 30GB Zen Vision carries up to 15,000 songs, tens of thousands of photos, or up to 120 hours of video, offering playback support of most popular formats. Available in either Pearl White or Black, the Zen Vision measures 124.2 by 74.4 by 20.1 mm and weighs only 239g.


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