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Review: Creative GigaWorks T20 speakers - a first look

by Matt Davey on 16 January 2007, 08:52

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If there is one thing you can almost guarantee, it’s that Creative’s packaging will be good. It needs to be, too, when you are up against one of the 'coolest' companies the world has even seen in a number of different technology markets.

With the GigaWorks T20, Creative has carried over its very traditional look that has served the company well, displaying the necessary information to the buyer in multiple languages with the usual high-quality product photography.

Creative GigaWorks T20

It has to be said though that this product packaging design could do with a bit of an update itself, though.

Whilst the number of channels produced by the product are clearly shown in the top-left of the box, there is very little else that’s different.

Okay, this is a bit picky, but with all ranges packed the same, bar the photography and technical information, it’s all a little boring, Creative could take a leaf out of the motherboard manufacturer’s books here and create distinct themes for different speaker classes.

Creative GigaWorks T20