SanDisk Sansa MP3 Player

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These new mp3 players have 8Gb of flash storage and an expansion slot (MicroSD) that can currently give you an extra 2Gb. It's about the same price as the current nano and has twice the storage capacity. Worth a look.


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  • wiredd

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    These new mp3 players have 8Gb of flash storage and an expansion slot (MicroSD) that can currently give you an extra 2Gb. It's about the same price as the current nano and has twice the storage capacity. Worth a look.

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  • darkmatt3r

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    This player plays just about every format and has 8GB of flash memory to hold a ton of songs, videos, pictures, whatever. It has an expansion slot so it can be used with camera cards.

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  • sweat

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    I own a Sandisk MP3 player and have been very, very happy with it. Plus, the FM tuner works great and is must have if you're gym broadcasts TV audio over an FM network. Apple iPods do not, by default, receive FM signals. Forget the iPod and go with a Sandisk.

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  • othium

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    -User replaceable and rechargeable Lithium Ion battery -microSD™ expansion slot for additional memory capacity -Digital FM tuner*, on-the-fly FM recording*, and voice recording -Store view photos -Video playback About the same size as an Ipod Nano and only costs around $100. Way better deal. I have had mine for a few months with absolutely no problems. Highly reccomended. Transfer of songs is easy as drag and drop. Wheel design is a huge plus as well.

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  • scottfi

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    Handy portable (inexpensive) media player. It has expandable memory, plays mp3's and video files.

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  • missbloom

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    Hooray for flash-based players! I'm really happy with my Sansa and I think of so many reasons why I prefer it above the Ipod Nano. For starters, I can just drag and drop mp3 files into the player using Windows Explorer rather than having to go use some stupid software like ITunes or Windows Media Player. (For video, though, you'll have to use the program that comes with the Sansa, but it's a very small and simple application that gets the job done in a jiffy.) Secondly, the battery on this is replacable (although you'll have to remove four tiny screws to get to it, but I don't consider that a big deal). Also, the expandable memory slot is a really great addition. Why don't all mp3 players have one of those? The video quality is surprisingly good, and the voice recording feature has turned out to be surprisingly useful for recording class lectures and personal reminders. I also find the click wheel on this easier to use than the Nano's click wheel. And last but not least, the Sandisk is less expensive than the Nano. Bingo! The only warning I have is that, like the Ipod, the Sansa's screen gets scratched really easily, so you should definitely get one of those cheap, stick-on protective covers (they're less than 10 bucks, it's worth the investment).

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  • deetopia

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    It's much cheaper than Ipod and have bigger storage. I love hearing radio, so ipod definately NOT my choice. And I hate being force using itune, again I have to say goodbye to Ipod. I picked Sansa because it offer a lot of facility and it's very easy to use. There are still some minor problems on the firmware. But there are plenty of help on the net, so I don't have to worry. It's not a really great mp3 player, but it's worth the price.

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  • steviep

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    It can play music, videos, and display pictures. It has 8 GB capacity and you can find it for around $180. And as a big plus you can run Rockbox (an open source firmware) on it

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  • kskobac

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    Works with Rhapsody, the easiest way to listen to all the music you want. Long battery life.

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  • thegolfblogger

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    A solid, relatively cheap player. A lot of features, including FM radio, voice recording, video and photos. I own three. Downside: Not a lot of accessories, compared to Apple.

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  • annemaeanne

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    This is a great mp3 player. It's compact, versatile and has storage for days. I'd recommend this for all-in-one fun!

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