1. Apple Touch

    Apple Touch

    Retina display, LED backlighting and improved battery life make the 4th generation Touch an even more enti

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    Available from £129.99
  2. Creative Zen X-Fi Style 16GB

    Creative Zen X-Fi Style 16GB

    A multi-media portable, the Creative Zen X-Fi Style 16GB is very likeable and affordable

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  3. iriver P7

    iriver P7

    iRiver has jogged along behind Apple's offerings – and the gap seems to be widening on this evidence

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  4. Sony X-Series NWZ-X1060B

    Sony X-Series NWZ-X1060B

    The new X-series Walkman is Sony's first stab at a proper multimedia portable device to rival Apple's iPod Touch

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  5. Sony PSP3000

    Sony PSP3000

    The latest version of Sony's PSP multimedia portable is the most competitive yet, with a brighter screen and built-in microphone

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  7. LG DP391B

    LG DP391B

    It's been quite a while since we last tested a portable DVD player, but this £180 model from LG is an absolute cracker

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  8. Creative Zen X-Fi W/less LAN (32GB)

    Creative Zen X-Fi W/less LAN (32GB)

    Majors on portability and competitively priced, but not so hot when it comes to pure performance

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  9. Cowon A3 (60GB)

    Cowon A3 (60GB)

    First impressions of this multimedia player are underwhelming. The A3 seems a dated, plastic, lumpen figure, and it struggles, too, to sell itself as

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  10. Archos 5 60GB

    Archos 5 60GB

    We've just tested the first of Archos's new 'internet media tablets' in the shape of the 5 personal media player. Can it beat the mighty Apple?

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  11. Nextbase SDV185SD

    Nextbase SDV185SD

    Small LCDs have moved on in the past couple of years, and you should expect more for your money. This will do the job, but not very well

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