Creative MuVo TX FM 1GB Review wanted

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    ronweasley New Member

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    hi,
    can anyone please compare every bit(other than disk capacity) of the Creative MuVo TX FM 1GB player with the apple iPod nano 2gen.

    also i wanna know its pros and cons and prices in India(south)

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    helllllo! will anyone reply? i'm desperate!
     
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    Except for a better, more user friendly interface in the iPod Nano, I would recommend the Creative MuVo TX FM.

    Check the review here.

    Summary of the review:
    The good: Cool design; USB 2.0; comes with armband and belt clip; great sound; easy to use.
    The bad: Tiny screen; no USB extension cable.
    The bottom line: Creative's MuVo TX FM is a great option for people who want a small, lightweight, and gymworthy player with a decent feature set.

    For the iPod Nano:
    The good: The second-generation Apple iPod Nano takes on a new scratch-resistant aluminum body, which is available in a variety of bright and shiny colors; it's still superslender but more durable, thanks to a seamless construction. It supports photos (with thumbnail grid) and album art and has great sound quality.
    The bad: The iPod Nano still doesn't play video, not that you'd want to watch it on the small screen, and there's no built-in FM tuner or recording capability; not all color options are available for all memory sizes.
    The bottom line: The second-generation Apple iPod Nano is like the successful offspring of an iPod Mini and a first-generation iPod Nano. It's small, stylish, user-friendly, and competitively priced--a great player all around and suitable for a variety of users.
    Full review.
     
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    hi,
    thanks SO MUCH for the advice. i wouldnt even want a colour screen on the player. just something to show whats playing. i rejected nano because it has no radio and it costs 3000bucks extra for "Apple ipod-radio remote".come on yaar, i can buy pocket radios for 50rs from the footpath market.

    again thanks SO MUCH. i would also like to know the market price of the creative one

    <repping u>
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    also i want a pair of good EARphones(earbuds) with this player.(not more than 300rs). any suggestions?
     
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