Best portable media players

We round up reviews of the best PMPs available

There are a lot of PMPs -- portable media players -- on the marketand it can be difficult to work out which ones are good. Portable media players from brands like Cowon, Creative and Apple are available with a range of different sized screens, different features and varied storage options. We've rounded up the best portable media players to have passed through our Test Centre.

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Apple iPod nano (5th generation)

Though retailing at the same price point as the previous generation, the fifth-generation iPod Nano offers a swag of new features, including video recording and an FM radio.

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  • 11th Sept., 2009
  • James Hutchinson
  • Apple
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  • Pros:
  • Integrated speaker, video recording, FM radio with Live Pause, aluminium finish, in-line remote control support
  • Cons:
  • Recorded videos have odd aspect ratios, videos aren't automatically synced, iTunes Tagging isn't available in Australia

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