1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  7. Samsung YP-S2

    Samsung YP-S2

    Ultra compact and ultra fun - this Samsung is a steal

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Sony NWZ-A826

    Sony NWZ-A826

    The NWZ-A826 is Sony's new entry-level Walkman, and handles most files well – although MP4 files can be fiddly

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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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