Photos: The top 10 MP3 players in Asia

Photos: The top 10 MP3 players in Asia

Summary: See what's hot in the birthplace of most music players. It's worth noting: The iPod is not No. 1.

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  • Creative Zen Neeon (5GB)

    7. Creative Zen Neeon (5GB)

    Price range: $140-203

    The good: Decent choice of Stik-On designs; low price for a 5GB player; small form factor.

    The bad: Indifferent hardware controls and menu interface.

    The bottom line: It has solid value for a 5GB capacity device and will definitely stand in good stead for users looking for a customizable, all-round MP3 player.

    Read CNET Asia's review
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  • Samsung YP-Z5 (4GB)

    8. Samsung YP-Z5 (4GB)

    Price range: $214-279

    The good: Outputs clean and punchy sound; relatively large, bright color screen; well-designed menus; solid aluminum chassis; exceptional battery life; ability to simultaneously view photos and listen to music.

    The bad: Touch pad can be difficult to deal with; lacks FM tuner and on-the-go playlists.

    The bottom line: If you're looking for a tiny, well-built color-screen MP3 player with excellent sound, the Samsung YP-Z5 is a great choice. Just make sure you're comfortable with the touch-pad controller before you buy.

    Read CNET Asia's review
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  • Samsung YH-J50 (6GB)

    9. Samsung YH-J50 (6GB)

    Product Type: Portable Audio Player
    Interface Type: USB 1.1, USB 2.0
    Storage Type: Hard drive
    Capacity: 6GB
    Supported audio formats: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA
    Rated battery life (audio): 25 hours
    Other features: USB host; games; photo viewing
    Supported video formats: MPEG-4

    See the specs

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