Creative Zen X-Fi Gets Launch Timing, Price

We brought you some leaked info on Creative's upcoming PMP not long ago, and now it's official. The credit-card-sized player will come in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB versions, and the larger two will support 802.11 b/g wi-fi for wireless syncing of music, video and photos and an IM chat function. It's got a 2.5-inch, 320 × 240… » 7/10/08 4:56am 7/10/08 4:56am

Creative's Zen X-Fi to Enter Ring Dominated by iPod Touch, Zune

New details have been leaked about Creative's answer to the iPod touch and Zune, a wireless music player with Wi-Fi media sharing capabilities called the Zen X-Fi. Pictures show the device sporting a chrome-and-black plastic look that's vaguely reminiscent of the iPhone, along with a nine-point directional pad.… » 6/29/08 5:00pm 6/29/08 5:00pm

Creative Presents Cease-and-Desist Note to Developer Hero

After Vista's release, Creative's Audigy Sound Blaster series lost a lot of their in-built functionality. Developer, good-guy and all around hero, Daniel_K stepped up to the challenge, putting together his own drivers and asking for non-obligatory donations in recognition of his effort. Daniel_K's drivers restored… » 3/29/08 12:00pm 3/29/08 12:00pm

Sound Blaster X-Fi Extreme Audio Notebook from Creative

Phew. Snappy name, eh? So snappy there's no room on the headline for a bad pun. Lucky you, I say. Anyway, this is a new ExpressCard/54-compatible sound card that uses Creative's X-Fi Crystallizer and 3CMSS-3D technology to give your laptop surround sound. There's a 7.1-channel speaker docking module and all this… » 5/09/07 8:15am 5/09/07 8:15am

Creative X-Fi i600 Dock is Shiny, Powerful, iPod-Supported

Remember the Creative X-Fi Z600 dock? It was a damn shiny dock from Creative that used the X-Fi sound processor and supported the line of Creative's Zen players. The are re-releasing it as the X-Fi i600 for the iPod. The system has 35-watt speakers and a 130-watt subwoofer along with an IR remote and piano black… » 4/30/07 4:15pm 4/30/07 4:15pm

Creative's X-Fi Sound Card Gets Zapped into ExpressCard Format

Sound Blaster fans will soon be able to get Creative's flagship sound card in ExpressCard format. The new X-Fi Xtreme Audio will boost your notebook's crap sound system to something a little more suitable for watching your DVDs or playing games. A nice add-on, especially if you have a Media Center lappie. No word on… » 3/23/07 6:43pm 3/23/07 6:43pm