Conclusion: So where does this product stand, you ask? Well, it works great for the five demo songs on it, but it's a little overpriced at $100 for demo songs and the Media Converter Software. As for as I am concerned, Sandisk should be ashamed of themselves, three units on five different computers, come on. You cannot tell me there is not a problem and brush it off like it's nothing. Was it a bad batch? Was it a bad product? I will never know because I never could get one to work.
Pros: Demo songs sounded great
Cons: No drivers, Doesn't work, except for demo songs, Expensive
Summary: T he American company SanDisk is famous for its design and production of the flash memory cards. For the past few years the company has also been making MPEG-1 layer III products, better known as MP3 players. Just like with all electronic consumer products, big developments have been made in the MP3 player market in the past decade. Large memory capacities, lower prices and smaller dimensions are some of the features which result in these developments.
Summary: Thanks to its exceptional value and user-friendly features, the SanDisk Sansa c250 is an acceptable choice for youngsters and first-timers -- but more sophisticated users would be better off shelling out more for a better player
Pros: Exceptional value, FM radio, Voice recorder, Photo viewer, Built-in MicroSD slot, User-replaceable, rechargeable battery, Navigating menus is a breeze
Cons: Menu interface is boring, Subpar screen quality, Sound quality far from impressive, No video support or album art viewing, Proprietary USB port, No 4GB version
Excerpt: Questo lettore MP3 SanDisk Sansa c250 ha memoria interna da 2GB compatibile con i formati MP3, WMA, WAV, USB 2.0, MicroSD, display a colori . Piccolo e pratico con display a colori e menu intuitivo e tasti pratici per un utilizzo veloce del lettore. SanDisk Sansa c250 ha untrasferimento dei dati potrà avvenire sia via USB in versione 2.0 da PC a lettore e viceversa sia utilizzando una pratica scheda di memoria MicroSD.