Summary: Expandability is a great feature, but the menu system is clunky. Battery life is super long, and lasts several days on a single rechargable AAA battery, Moving files to the device is a simple frag and drop process. I now own 5 of these so I have replacements if one wears out.
Summary: The SanDisk Sansa e140 is a good choice for backpackers, campers and other active individuals that need a long-life player with AAA batteries that can be swapped out. It is an older discontinued MP3 Player that has a nice balance of features at a garage sale price. It isn't top of the line, it isn't the sexiest thing out there, but it's a solid player built well by SanDisk, and relatively cheap.
Summary: The Sansa e140 is a fine player with one feature that sets it apart from other modern players. It uses triple A batteries for power that can be replaced when depleted. This means that all you need to do is carry an extra battery or rechargeable battery to be able to use this player almost forever.
Summary: the transmitter that came with this mp3 player works great in my car. I like that you can select any radio station to use. I already own the 1GB sandisk player and have been very satisfied, but this one has a more ergonomic design.
Summary: I was given the Sandisk Sansa e140 over two years ago and I have been really pleased with it ever since. Product Information: -1 GB of space that provides you lots of space for songs -Expandable SD slot that let's you dump in any sized SD card to hold WAY more songs -FM Radio! -Takes 1 AAA battery -Easy to use buttons -Great back lighting to read your songs I have enjoyed this MP3 player more then I can imagine.
Summary: I purchased the Sansa e-140 and a 2GB Sandisk memory card for it a little over a year ago. Right from the start, I had problems with the player. It was fine as long as all songs were on the player itself. However, once I got to the point of needing to put some music on the card, the trouble began. Although I had over 700 songs on the player (as verified when it was connected to Windows Media Player), I could access only 200 to 300 of them.
Summary: I bought this player because it has SD card expansion capability and because I liked my old SanDisk 512 MB MP3 Player (blue). Now, when you put 3 GB of files into your mp3 player, you want them organized, right? How do your organize your files? Most of us do it by putting the files into different folders (directories). This player does not support folders. You can sort your files only by info in the tags (album, artist, genre etc.
Summary: I've had my SanDisk e140 for 2 years now and I prefer it over the iPod, especially if you're deciding on an mp3 player for your workout. It's small, lightweight, holds almost 2 hours of music (without the expansion card) and if you purchase a silicone skin cover you can clip it to your waist and never know it was there.
Summary: This mp3 player is easy to use. Easy to download music and it uses 1 AAA that lasts for hours. You can ad 1GB of memory to hold even more music.Sound quality is awsome, well worth the price and would advise anyone who doesn't know much about mp3 downloads to purchase one. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
Summary: The SanDisk Sansa e140 is a good mp3 player for the money. I like it enough to have bought a second one to replace the first which I accidentally broke at work. The features that I really like about the e140 are: 1. Built in 1 gigabyte of memory. Holds 150+ of my all time favorite songs. You can also use the e140 as a flash drive to store important files.