Excerpt: Weighing under one ounce, the SanDisk Sansa Clip+ puts thousands of hours of audio in the palm of your hand. Available in 2, 4 and 8 GB storage sizes, the Clip+ can hold up to 2500 songs depending upon overall track length.
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...
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.
Excerpt: Sandisk is no stranger to flash memory technology. They’ve already cornered the market on memory cards for other electronics like digital cameras and they’ve always had a decent reputation for creating simple, well-designed MP3 players.
Conclusion: I cannot say enough great things on how I feel about the SanDisk Sansa Clip. It’s one of the best MP3 players you can purchase on the cheap. If you are looking for excellent sound quality and do not care for additional features like WiFi for example, I can’t really see anything else that provides...
Pros: Excellent sound quality, Matchbox-size footprint, Simple to use, OLED display is perfect, Glossy design looks elegant, As easy as dragging and dropping music
Cons: Needs a clock and date function, Sound presets other than normal setting sound less desirable
Conclusion: Once again SanDisk have done impressed me beyond what I expected. If you are looking for something small, lightweight and affordable with an excellent battery life then this is just what you need.
Excerpt: This Zippo-sized MP3 player packs as much into its small frame as possible. Four gigs of media storage, an FM tuner, voice and radio recording, a bright OLED screen and a handy clip waiting to grasp the nearest lapel or waistband.
Pros: Plenty of features for a tiny player. Supports music-subscription services like Rhapsody. Brain-free drag-and-drop syncing — no need to learn a new, lousy software package. Bright screen. 14-hour playback time.
Cons: MP3 snobs will spot your cheapo earphones from 50 paces. Plastic clip feels slightly flimsy and has a light grip.