1. Samsung YP-Q1

    Samsung YP-Q1

    A big, bright display, compatibility with the BBC iPlayer and strong sound make this Samsung a contender, but we hate the touch-sensitive controls

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  2. iriver Spinn

    iriver Spinn

    There's plenty of flash in this MP3 player, but we'd happily settle for better sound and something that costs less cash

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  3. 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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  4. Cowon iAudio7

    Cowon iAudio7

    The iAudio7 is a chunky player, but sadly the solid looks don't match the sound, and it's a right old fiddle to use

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  5. 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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  7. 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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  8. Sony NWZ-S639F

    Sony NWZ-S639F

    This Sony reveals itself to be as tantalisingly close to Apple as it ever was, yet somehow unable to make up the distance, whether using the supplied

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  9. Samsung YP-S2

    Samsung YP-S2

    Ultra compact and ultra fun - this Samsung is a steal

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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. SanDisk Sansa Fuze

    SanDisk Sansa Fuze

    An SDHC card slot allows you to increase the storage capacity of this appealing player

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