Creative Technology MuVo2 (5 GB) MP3 Player
The NOMAD® MuVo² is a tiny MP3 player based on simplicity and ease-of-use. It has all the essentials - large storage capacity and... Read More
The NOMAD® MuVo² is a tiny MP3 player based on simplicity and ease-of-use. It has all the essentials - large storage capacity and USB 2.0 for super fast file transfers, yet operation is made easy and intuitive through the user-friendly control buttons and illuminated display screen. With the best sound quality at 98dB signal-to-noise ratio and combined with state-of-the-art Creative speakers, you'll witness the most authentic, high fidelity sound reproduction. Ergonomics and sound go hand-in-hand - the Creative NOMAD MuVo² is a portable jukebox slim enough to slip into your pocket, making it easy for you to take all your songs wherever you go. Minimize
Product Review Summary
6 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Dec 27, 2006
My little music friend
Pros: 5GB, radio, recorder, very durable, charges fast, comes in different colors, user friendly.
Cons: Little bit thick in the body.
I would recommend this mp3 and other creative mp3's to everyone because they are durable and easy to use. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 21, 2005
Too good to pass up!
Pros: Replaceable battery, FM radio & voice recorder, simple controls, portable hard drive, easy file transfer.
Cons: LCD display is kinda small for my middle aged eyes. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 14, 2005
Well worth the price
Pros: Small and compact; easy to transfer and play music; USB 2.0 compatible; good sound quality
Cons: Some parts sold separately; does not accept iTunes or Audible files.
This is a good-quality, inexpensive, petite and easy-to-use MP3 player. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 3, 2007
Handy MP3 player
Pros: small, portable, 4 GB, no 'special' software required to transfer files, portable hard drive functionality.
Cons: no color screen. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 26, 2005
Smart little mp3 player
Pros: small, easy to use, cheap, voice recorder, and FM radio
Cons: LCD a little small, not many extra accessories, software doesn't support Mac OS Read More at Epinions.com