Excerpt: I am an absolute music fiend which goes to saying I probably wouldn’t live without listening to my favorite tunes. It’s my daily dose of escapism. For a music player, I have an old Sandisk Sansa e260 mp3 player. This mp3 player was cheaper compared to popular brands …
Summary: The Sansa m250 is a great mp3 player for the price. I use to own an I-pod mini and when the space ran out, I bought the Sansa. At first I was hesitant of the new MP3 player, I really liked my Ipod. However, I found the features offered on the sandisk product gave it the edge over the I-pod.
Summary: I bought this for my boyfriend for Christmas. I decided to put a few songs he likes along with a video or two on it before I wrapped it up for him. I was expecting it to be an alright MP3 player because of the reviews I had read, but I never expected it to hold a light to any of the Apple's...
Summary: Bought the e260 to replace an aging iPod shuffle. It arrived yesterday and appeared to be DOA. Pressing the menu key simply caused the blue switch to light up and stay lit, no screen display, no sound, and the menu key wouldn't turn off the blue light.
Summary: I have owned this product for about 8 months now, and I absolutely love it. I had a lot of trouble with the ipod (it was replaced 3 times because of hardware and software failures) and found their support poor. I decided to look for a music player from someone else, and came across this little gem.
Summary: I bought this gadget in Nov 2006 as an alternative to the Nano. I wanted something small and also something that would work with Napster's On-the-go feature, which is not compatible with the iPod.
Summary: I've been through TONS of MP3 players and I've got to say that unless something drastic happens, I've found the player I've always wanted. That's not to say it's perfect and I'll get into the cons a little later, but it's pretty much exactly what I've been looking for.