Creative Zen Vision

Creative Zen Vision
Am I getting old? Is my perspective on hardware innovation in the consumer electronics category jaded by money lost to early adopter impulses?
There’s a lot of buzz in the blogosphere this week about Creative’s Zen Vision PMP. A $400 gadget that displays photos, and video content. It can also be used to play audio files but Creative is pitching it as a photo and video player primarily. Why are people excited about this? Do consumers really want to tote around gigabytes of photos and video content? It isn’t small – you’d need a “man purse” to carry it around with you. I don’t get it.
Popular Reviews:
Creative Zen Vision Portable Video Player [MobileWhack]
Creative Has A Zen Vision [DesignTechnica]
Creative Zen Vision (PVP) [CNET]
New: Creative Zen Vision mp3 player [Mp3 Player Guide]
Creative Has A Vision [BIOS]
Creative’s Zen Vision to battle iPod [ZDNet]
Creative Zen Vision 30GB Launches for Pre-Order [Mobilemag]
Creative Zen Vision [PCMag]

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