Conclusion: To conclude my review of the Sansa Clip+ I would like to say that I love this little device and would honestly like to recommend it to anyone who has not owned an MP3 player before or to someone who would like something a little different to what they’ve had previously, all in all I think that this device surprised me in almost every way and it was certainly a lot better than I expected it to be, which definitely includes its retail price as it is great value for money.
Excerpt: This Sandisk features the same UI like its previous one but the feature list is a lot more impressive than its predecessor. Some major omissions include wireless capability and support for photo and video, but for a device this size and for such a budget-friendly price, these features are not only unnecessary, but would ruin the overall functionality.
Excerpt: Thumbs up: Ergonomic design; is low-priced, user-friendly interface; dedicated volume controls; offers a plethora of handy features, including a MicroSD card slot, Rhapsody DNA, a voice recorder, an FM tuner, and support for FLAC, Ogg, Audible, and podcasts; built-in belt-clip; sound quality is pretty decent.
Conclusion: SanDisk’s Clip+ is truly the people’s MP3 player. While Apple has been busy stuffing the Shuffle into an even smaller profile and building a bizarre control profile that defies logic, SanDisk has been steadfastly improving the essentials: a bright screen, intuitive controls, and a reasonable price point. It won’t win any designs for industrial design, but a comprehensive list of pros more than make up for it.
Pros: Affordable; simple to use; small and lightweight; microSD expansion; long battery life
Excerpt: The Sansa Clip has been a favorite among many as a quick and cheap way to listen to digital music. It has been a player for beginners and enthusiasts alike with a straight forward user interface along with top notch sound quality many times being paired with headphones and amps 10 times its price. For these reasons we made the Clip the number one MP3 player for 2008 .
Excerpt: With minute offerings from Apple in the form of the famous iPod Shuffle, and iPod Nano, SanDisk offers their version of an ultraportable mp3 player in the Sansa Clip+. The Clip+ is the second generation in the Clip series which offers a bright OLED screen, ultra compact design, and microSD card slot for expansion capabilities. The features presented in this player and the favorable price point make this player a nice alternative for those valuing function over form.
Excerpt: A tiny MP3 player, the SanDisk Sansa Clip comesin 1GB, 2GB or 4GB flavours. It has enough juice for 15 hours of music playback, has an FM radio with 20 presets, a built-in microphone, and supports MP3, OGG, FLAC, secure WMA & Audible files. It measures 55x34x16.5mm, weighs less than 28.3g, and comes in five colours.
Summary: The SanDisk Sansa Clip+ is an excellent successor to the line, offering a fitness-friendly design with a built-in belt-clip, a simple interface, solid sound quality, and plenty of handy features--all for an ultralow price. It's an unbeatable value.
Pros: The SanDisk Sansa Clip+ is very inexpensive; it has a solid, pocket-friendly design with dedicated volume controls and a built-in belt-clip; it's easy to use; and it offers a plethora of handy features, including a MicroSD card slot, Rhapsody DNA, a voice recorder, an FM tuner, and support for FLAC, Ogg, Audible, and podcasts.
Cons: The SanDisk Sansa Clip+ could stand to have better battery life and support for AAC; the monochrome display is small and may be hard for some to read.
Summary: The SanDisk Sansa Clip is an incredible value that's set to edge out the competition with a user-friendly interface, gym-worthy design, and great sound quality.
Pros: The SanDisk Sansa Clip offers impressive sound quality; an ultracompact, gym-friendly design with a removable belt clip; and useful features such as an FM radio and Rhapsody DNA integration. The player also includes support for a wide variety of audio file types, including OGG and FLAC. All of this comes at an incredible value, since the player is very inexpensive and easy to use.
Cons: FM radio reception isn't great and connection of the Clip with Rhapsody was problematic.