Unfortunately, it’s not coming to the UK just yet by Andrew Lim. It out performs any other laptop I have tried for gaming, and the transportable design and incredible display also make it ideal for work. Sim Wong Hoo is not a Chinese phrase berating a mobile phone for breaking down, it’s actually the name of the man behind Creative Technology. Also kept in tradition to the original Neeon player is a navigational jog-dial that can be found on the top right side of the slim player. Bottom Line Video playback gives the Zen Neeon 2 an edge over many other small music players, and the Stik-On skins will certainly appeal to the younger demographic.
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I don’t write a lot of reviews but I am a big fan of creative Zens.
The refresh lag that plagued the first Neeon is also thankfully absent, but browsing through music is still harder than it should be. Neet beat Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. With that in mind, Creative might have just diluted its own market by featuring two, although great, but similar products within the same market segment.
Touch screen visibility and operation was great and easy to navigate. On the plus side, eight equaliser presets creatove on-board for tweaking the audio levels, as well as a five-band custom equaliser. However key shortcomings we found in the previous player – namely a poor user interface and fiddly controls – haven’t seen as much improvement in the Neeon 2 as we would’ve liked.
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Software and User guide are available for download zenn Creative website Be bold, be brave, and show everyone who you are! If you can afford the price tag, it is well worth the money. Apple iPod Classic gb 7th Gen Black Creative doesn’t skimp on choice when it comes to transferring media to the Neeon 2. Unlike the nano, the Neeon 2 allows drag and drop, so you don’t need to install any software to put music on it.
Don’t show this again. On a PC, you don’t need to install any drivers as it’s automatically recognised as a removable hard drive. If you’ve outgrown stickers, however, the Neeon 2 is still a good-looking player without them.
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Creative zen I don’t write a lot of reviews but I am a big fan of creative Creatvie. The FM tuner is a nice extra, with a reception indicator on the screen and an autoscan feature that populates the presets with available radio stations.
Creative Zen Neeon 2: Get back to basics with the elegant piano black finish. A New Zen Sticking close to its predecessor’s design, original ZEN Neeon users will immediately feel at home to the Neeon 2’s similar, albeit more elegant aesthetics which consist of a glossy scratch-resistant plastic face mounted upon a matte back-plate. You can, however, make voice recordings with the built-in microphone, as well as line-in recordings from other audio sources using the supplied cable.
The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects or irregularities. The sheen on the player’s face gives it an eye-catching glimmer, but this appeal quickly wears off when your fingerprints leave marks all over the surface – not unusual for high-gloss finishes.
First Looks: Creative Zen Neeon 2 (1GB) –
The higher-resolution colour display is certainly a welcome change. The lowest-priced item in unused and unworn condition with absolutely no signs of wear.
See all 2 new other listings. The Zen Neeon 2 is a small, compact music player that feels reassuringly robust in your hand.
New Zen Neeon 2 from Creative
It’s surprisingly easy with Lenovo’s range, customizations, and deals. Unfortunately, it’s not coming to the UK just yet. One of its most popular music gadgets is the Creative Zen Neeon and there’s now a second edition, aptly named the Creative Zen Neeon 2. In fact, this might also explain why Creative has notably omitted the useful keyword search ability that we have since grown fond of.