"It's USB 2.0, which means that you get really fast transfer speeds. Also we have the unique ability to edit and create play lists on the fly. And this is something that most of the other players, in fact all of the other players don't do very well. We also include the ability with our players for you to synchronize your music between multiple PCs." On the downside, the Zen is a bit more difficult to navigate than the iPod and is slightly larger. If you're looking for small, Azio Technology has introduced a slim MP3 device that does triple duty. It plays digital music, records up to five hours of voice memos and serves as a USB flash drive as well for transferring all kinds of files. And the price is about 99 dollars. Storage is limited to 128 megabytes... enough for some but far less than hard drive devices like the iPod or the Zen. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.