Entries in Creative (9)
The Creative ZiiO Android Tablet is a very keenly priced device, offering up some nice features and Android 2.1. Check out this video for an Unboxing & Product Tour.
Video shot with Canon EOS 60D.
Supplied by: Creative
The Creative Zen X-Fi 2 8GB MP3 & Video Player offers up some excellent features and a nice vivid touch screen. Check out this video to see the features, user interface and how it performs.
Supplied by: Creative UK
The Creative HS-930i Headset is a great choice for awesome music and call quality on the Apple iPhone. It comes at a price, so check out the review to see if it is worth it.
Supplied by: Creative
This is in response to my viewer feedback video, my decision on the type of videos I will be uploading to the Geekanoids Channel. The great news is that all my content will remain free!
Make a donation and I will be giving away a Creative Zen X-Fi 2 MP3 & Video Player to the highest unique donation. Donations are welcome any time, however only donations made before midnight on the 31st August 2010 will be eligible for the free giveaway. Donations cannot be refunded.
Example $10.02 beats £10.01 as the highest unique number, (1,002 beats 1,001). Be creative and good luck!
You can donate via PayPal to email@example.com or by clicking this link.
Do not feel obliged to donate. I really enjoy what I am doing and the reviews and content on the channel will remain free and exactly the same, but with the addition of longer, more in-depth reviews and interviews planned.
***JUST TO CLARIFY*** Donations are always welcome, anytime, but the giveaway is only valid until midnight 31st August 2010.
The giveaway is not about the money value of the donation, it is awarded purely to the highest unique number in $US or £GBP.
If you are donating from a country other than the UK or US, please convert to $US or £GBP prior to sending.
YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/davomrmac
If you are looking for a high quality speaker system for your Apple iPhone or iPod, then the Creative Labs ZiiSound D5 certainly delivers both on quality and style. It also adds wireless connectivity into the equation. Check out the review to find out what devices it works with and how it performs.
Manufacturer website: Creative Labs
Having used the Creative Zen X-Fi (16GB) for almost a month now, I wanted to let you know about the leather case that is available for the unit. The video review of the Zen X-Fi MP3 player is in production right now, so should be on the website in the next couple of weeks.
I want to kick this review off on a very positive note, that this case is a lot better than the silicone case that is also for sale. It is slightly more expensive at £14.99 but is made from a nice quality black leather. It just feels so much more worthy of the price tag.
Open the case up and simply slot your en X-Fi in via the opening on the left side. There are cut-outs in the case so that the main controls remain accessible. Of note, the SD card slot has no cut-out, so to access this you have to remove the X-Fi from the case. This is not much of a problem, as in my opinion the SD card does not get changed all that often. The screen and all of the main control buttons are not covered when the case is open. Yet again, as with Creative's silicone case, no film type screen protector is provided.
The front flap is nice, no padding, but it is hardened with card inside. The inside of this flap has a nice soft finish, with a logo embedded into it it. The outside of the front has nine little circles on it, just a styling touch, they have no actual function. This flap snaps shut with a magnetic closure and provides nice protection to the X-Fi when it is not in use. This is a very nice case and will serve you very well to protect your little gem.