1. 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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  2. Philips GoGear Spark SA2940

    Philips GoGear Spark SA2940

    You'll get an impressive amount of bass weight from the Philips GoGear Spark SA2940, but the overall sound needs to be more refined and subtle

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  3. iriver Mplayer

    iriver Mplayer

    This iRiver MPlayer, with its Micky Mouse head, may look fun but the sound is poor

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  4. SanDisk Sansa Clip

    SanDisk Sansa Clip

    The SanDisk Sansa Clip is an intuitive little device that doesn't sound too shrill or tinny

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  5. Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Samsung has a another stab at the MP3 player market, but while this is certainly good, it fails to aspire to greatness

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  7. Sony NWZ-S638F (8GB)

    Sony NWZ-S638F (8GB)

    Sony's NWZ-S638F S-series Walkman is the perfect ultra-portable for the Apple agnostics

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  8. Creative Zen Mosaic (8GB)

    Creative Zen Mosaic (8GB)

    Its video presentation might not be up to much, but this Creative excels with audio and it's affordable too!

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  9. Cowon S9

    Cowon S9

    Cowon’s moving in the right direction with its S9 MP3 player, but it still can’t quite match the class leaders

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  10. Samsung YP-U4

    Samsung YP-U4

    It's got good looks, but this Samsung struggles against its peers in terms of detail

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  11. Sony NWZ-W202

    Sony NWZ-W202

    This MP3 player is a novel idea that's expertly executed. They're a restless bunch at Sony

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    Available from £97.95
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