the birth of flash drive and electronic components becoming
smaller, portable audio players have been popping up left
one seems better than the next because each one is trying
to outdo the next when it comes to features, size or both.
one has their own unique abilities.
offering in this sector is the popular MuVo series media
small portable audio players are rich in features and design.
you look on the American Creative site, you wonĺt find these
players easily because they have the extension Nomad added
to the name.á In
Europe the name Nomad was already taken; so, they dropped
it as an extension and stuck with just MuVo.
has been kind enough to provide me with the MuVo V200 in
a 128MB flavour variety.
have a look at it.
FM radio and recorder.
MP3/WMA audio player.
microphone for voice recording.
that doesnĺt skip.
drag-and-drop for music and data files.
custom equalizer and 4 presets. (Jazz, Rock, Pop and Classical)
ID3 tags for song title.
LCD for left or right handed operation.
as a flash drive to store data files - without cables.
33g without battery.
Up to 15hrs of
MP3 continuous playback on 1 x AAA battery.
Ratio: up to 90dB.
Response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Distortion Output: <0.1%
in 4 different sizes: 128 MB, 256 MB, 512MB and 1 GB. (this
is the 128 MB model)
are the system requirements needed for the MuVo.á
Because the MuVo acts like a flash drive, the system
requirements are not extraordinary.
Pentium« II 350MHz AMD« K6«-2 450MHz or better processor
(Pentium III 450MHz or higher recommended for MP3 encoding)
the MuVo is recognized as a mass storage device, Windows
98 SE shouldn't need a driver to enable viewing of the MuVo.