Creative Zen Stone Plus lobbed at consumers

Creative Zen Stone Plus lobbed at consumers – Filed under: Portable Audio It was barely a month ago that Creative pelted the market with its Zen Stone, and now they’re rolling out a re-upped and revamped version known as the Zen Stone Plus. While pretty much keeping the form factor the same, Creative has added a blue OLED screen, FM tuner, karaoke mode, and a stopwatch. The capacity has been increased to 2GB, doubling the original Stone’s, but the color choices remain the same. Price and release date haven’t been mentioned, but you’ll know as soon as we do. [Via epiZENter]   Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments Office Depot Featured Gadget: Xbox 360 Platinum System Packs the power to bring games to life! [EnGadget]
Creative Zen Stone Plus lobbed at consumers

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It was barely a month ago that Creative pelted the market with its Zen Stone, and now they’re rolling out a re-upped and revamped version known as the Zen Stone Plus. While pretty much keeping the form factor the same, Creative has added a blue OLED screen, FM tuner, karaoke mode, and a stopwatch. The capacity has been increased to 2GB, doubling the original Stone’s, but the color choices remain the same. Price and release date haven’t been mentioned, but you’ll know as soon as we do.

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