The Best MP3 Players According To Reviews Ramirez /

The latest iPod plays both photos and video on its color screen, but according to reviews the 2.5-inch screen is too small for extended viewing. If you don't need space for 7,500 songs, the iPod nano and Zen Micro Photo are smaller and lighter than the 4.8-ounce iPod. The Creative Zen Micro Photo doesn't have the iPod's easy interface, but the Zen Micro does have an FM

MobiBLU DAH-1500i Smallest MP3 player. (1GB, est. $130) The MobiBLU is about the size of a caramel candy about a one-inch cube. But remarkably, according to reviews it's also a pretty good player, with a lot of features crammed into its tiny body. It has a tiny OLED display, an FM tuner and a voice recorder in a .63-ounce case. The MobiBLU is easy to use, and though sound quality is good, reviews claim it's not up to the level of iPod and Creative. At about 8.5 hours, battery life is a bit short. The MobiBLU works with both Windows and Mac computers. The MobiBLU comes in six colors and is also available with 512MB (est. $100).

Budget MP3 player. (512MB, est. $85)The Zen Nano beats the iPod Shuffle in price and sounds great, according to experts. It comes in eight different colors (including pink and orange) and doesn't skimp on features, with an FM tuner, LCD display, voice recorder and line-in recording all features missing on the competing iPod shuffle. It runs 19 hours on a single AAA battery. Experts say the Zen Nano Plus is the best inexpensive lightweight flash player it weighs just 1.3 ounces. Its 512MB memory holds about 60 songs.

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