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Creative Zen X-Fi with Wi-Fi = Much More Than Media Playing

When MP3 players first hit the market, people were astounded with the possibility of portable digital music. As technology continued to advance, more features were added to the picture. You got photo viewers, e-book readers, video players, and more. The Creative Zen X-Fi series pushes the functionality envelope another leap forward with a huge suite of features.

Yes, this portable media player is perfectly capable of music and videos, but thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, you’ve got a host of other goodies at your disposal as well. Unlike the crippled functionality of the Wi-Fi equipped Zune, the Zen X-Fi actually lets you use that wireless connection for instant messaging (Yahoo! and MSN) and wireless media streaming. I wonder if it has a web browser too…

No word on pricing or availability.

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