1. Cowon X7

    Cowon X7

    In its X7, Cowon has produced a video player with the ability to rival Apple's finest. It's easy to use, looks good and sounds superb

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  2. Philips GoGear Muse 16GB

    Philips GoGear Muse 16GB

    In terms of performance this Philips is perfectly adequate, but there are much better choices out there – without even including Apple

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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