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    I think it was called a Creative Zen Touch? I bought it around 4 or 5 years ago now, and haven't used it in about a year and a half. For some reason I sort of fell out of downloading and listening to music. But now I'm back into it, and got my mp3 player out the draw; it's still in practically NEW condition (hell it still has the screen cover on.. i'm so anal over my gadgets..) and I was happy that it still turned on after so long.



    Just wondering if anybody else still has one of these bricks as opposed to the little micro ipods that are going around now? I LOVE this thing. and the memory space is pretty nice for a 5 year old model
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    Looked out of date when it first came out, so well now...
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    Yeah, my iRiver H320 is still going strong 5 years on! No touch controls but it did have a colour screen and you could make it play video! Although I don't carry it around with me anymore..

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    I had the 20GB touch, and am currently using the 40GB model that was out at the same time (and is ever so slightly thicker). Excellent battery life!
    I really hate the way how most MP3 player manufacturers completely abandoned the HDD in favour of flash, as I'd be more than happy with a 250GB version of the same- monochrome screen and all.

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    Looked out of date when it first came out, so well now...
    Lucky I rate battery life and capacity way above looks, then!
 
 
 
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