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Creative Zen Stone Plus 2GB MP3 Player - Black

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  • 2GB memory can store up to 1000 songs
  • Round blue display for easy, at-a-glance track and feature selection
  • MP3 player, FM radio, clock/stopwatch, microphone/voice recorder all in one!
  • Customisable Shortcut button for one-touch access to key features.
  • Built-in rechargeable battery for convenience and long playtimes.
  • Choose your colour black, white, green, blue, red, pink.
  • Based on 4 minutes per song at 64kbps in WMA.

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 5.6 x 3.5 cm ; 23 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
  • Item model number: 70PF219100115
  • ASIN: B000RY1FXK
  • Date first available at 21 Jun 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,488 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

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Manufacturer's Description

Be captivated by the refreshing blue OLED screen of the ZEN Stone Plus as you interact with and personalize your player. The perfect companion to avid sportsmen, the player captures personal bests with its stopwatch function, while letting you run to the invigorating beat of the music.

Choose from any of the six glossy shades, all of which complements the player's shiny sleek finish nicely. And with its 2GB capacity, this lightweight player allows you to indulge in up to 1000 songs as you head for your daily workout or run. Simply switch to radio anytime you fancy a change.

You can even pamper and protect your player with the attractive ZEN Stone Plus Keychain Case or the colorful ZEN Stone Plus Skin with Clip. All these and more are yours to choose from the ZEN Stone Plus accessories range.

Bask in blue
Take in the clear splendor of the blue OLED screen where you can glimpse the MP3 player's charging status and playback status clearly.


Easy use, easy access
Extremely user-friendly, the player is easily configurable and allows you quick access to the main functions. One smooth touch to achieve all your needs!

Rock deejay
Switch quickly from your personal music collection to live radio from 32 preset stations. Get traffic updates and news around the world in an instant.

Conduct your own recordings
Organize your thoughts by recording voice memos at your convenience. You can even record class lectures for better note-taking!


StonePlus Stop-watchTime it, capture it, beat it
Challenge and beat your own track record by using the stopwatch function to time your runs.


Easy transfer, easy usability
Spot a music track you like in your friend's computer? Simply drag-and-drop it to your own ZEN Stone Plus, absolutely no drivers are needed.


Long listening, endless enjoyment*
Your companion for travel trips, take in up to 9.5 hours of continuous music playback as you sit back and relax.

*Actual battery life will vary with use



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By D. Cochrane on 26 July 2007
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I wanted an MP3 player that was:

Had a display
Didn't need any software to load music
Sounded good

I bought this as my first MP3 player as it's relatively low-cost and simple to use. I've not had to read the instructions it's so easy. The best thing is it's drag 'n' drop to load music, not requiring iTunes or the dreadful SonicStage or ConnectPlayer (I've experienced the Sony offerings and they're terrible).

The sound is good with the standard headphones, but I bought a set of Sony headphones which improved the bass.

Definitely worth the money.
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By J. Robson on 21 Nov 2007
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This is an excellent unit as long as you can live with it's limitations. My needs are quite simple: I want to be able to carry about 500 of my favourite tracks with me when I walk the dog, or take the bus, or go to the shops. I want to be able to organise my music into folders (Blues; Rock; Jazz; Classical etc...), and then choose a type of music to listen to. I want to be able to transfer files quickly & easily from the PC to the player, without the need for over-the-top, sluggish software. This player allows me to do all of these things.

You cannot create playlists on this unit, but that's not a worry - If I want to make a "playlist", I just drag & drop the files into a folder called "playlist 1" or similar & navigate to that folder when I leave the house.

This is a list of some of the things you CAN'T do on this player:

1. You cannot cue up another track, or series of tracks on the fly.
2. You cannot browse through the songs you have whilst listening to music - as soon as you navigate to a new folder, the player starts again with the 1st track in that folder.
3. You cannot hear how your "custom" eq setting affect the sound in real time - you have to make your changes, save the new settings & then you can hear what difference they make.
4. You can't use the FM radio to listen to Terry Wogan - it won't find Radio 2, or 3, or 4. All I can pick up on my player is some awful dance/r'n'b station. This is a design flaw - as an ex marine radio officer, I can tell you that despite what ANY manufacturer claims - YOU DO NEED AN ANTENNA for FM broadcast reception; if you live in an area with strong signal reception, you should be OK, but don't let the FM radio be a reason to buy this unit alone.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Lupin on 29 Jun 2007
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A couple of Christmases ago I was bought an iPod shuffle, I've been quite happy with it but my big gripe with it was that you couldn't see what track was playing. I like to mix up my tracks and I'm not one for creating playlists, however sometimes when I put new tracks on I sometimes think 'damn I can't remember the title/artist'.

For this reason I started looking at new players with an increased memory (from 1gb to 2gb). I was originally torn between the Zen V and the Stone Plus. I wouldn't want to view pictures or video on the player and 9 times out of 10 I'm on the move when listening so don't really worry about viewing album details etc, just the track name occasionally. I plumped for the Stone which has the added bonus of an FM radio. I'm very happy with it.

The general interface is so easy to use and display is clear and precise and transferring tracks and set up is a doddle. The big deal about this player though is the sound, it's so good no muffling or background noise, in fact I think it just pips the iPod in those stakes. My one moan about the package would be the headphones, it seems to be a common problem though with a lot of players and people. The headphones are too big for my ears! Luckily I have a pair of Sony headphones (which cost a packet admittedly) with the ear buds, combined with these the sound is excellent, the bass is never distorted and quality is maintained whether sound is low or high.

Oh! It looks good too, I have a white one, and I've just ordered a black one for my Brother as he was impressed with it too. It's very small and fits snuggly in the hand, pocket or bag.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By dead joe on 28 Sep 2007
I like the way it looks, it sounds pretty good, the radio works surprisingly well, but... the menu is awful and it's just too slow!

I had read previous reviews that criticised the user interface, but I thought it'd be alright once you got used to it. It isn't. I'm afraid the menu is poorly organised and the delay between pressing a button and the change happening on screen is so great that you lose track of what you're doing - seriously. This is especially bad when a song is playing, and as soon as you navigate out of the folder the song you are listening to is in, it stops playing. Most irksome. When you first switch it on, you notice that it takes a little while to fire up. But when you have loaded it to its 2g capacity, this `little while' becomes a long while. Honestly, it sometimes takes the best part of a minute between me turning this thing on and it actually being operable.

I bought this because I specifically didn't want to buy an iPod (despite being a Mac user) because I don't really like using iTunes, and the USB-drive style drag-and-drop management appealed to me. I've tried several types of MP3 player over the last few months and now I've stopped wasting time and actually bought a 2nd gen nano - they're nice and cheap now that Apple has brought out the silly video nanos. With nanos that cheap now there is really no point in buying this frustrating little product unless you really need an MP3 player that will fit into a matchbox.

One final word of warning - don't read this review and then think that the user interface can't be that bad, and then buy the product anyway. This is what I did, and I'm telling you straight - the user interface is awful and way too slow; it will drive you mad, so don't buy it.
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