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 have also had problems with the headphone port...now it only outputs to the right ear and i bought new headphones only to find out that the mp3 player is whats wrong. In other words,I would NOT recommend buying this. but read what others say and make your own decision
Pros: Nice features, lightweight, inexpensive
Cons: -Recording button on the side makes it too easy to accidentally start a recording...and Stop your music/video. -Hard to get songs on there to show up sometimes -Lack of good playlist feature
Pros: It was a fine little player, nice and compact.
Cons: Exactly eight months after I bought it, it suddenly stopped working. I'd expect an mp3 player to have a longer life than eight months! I never dropped it or got it wet or did anything to damage it. There's apparently no manufacturer warranty, so I'm out of luck. I can't say I have a favorable opi...
Pros: This little guy plays music, DUH, but it plays it well, is pretty user friendly, I would buy 10more if I had a reason to. I bought one for my mom and she uses it all the time. Way better than that POPULAR brand everyone thinks of getting. Great batt life, good sound, drag and drop makes it easy t...
Summary: I've dropped this at least 10x by standing up while it was on my lap and it's still running like a champ. This has also caused the cheap headphones' insulation on the wires to pull away. Just use duct tape. I've never used the record feature.
Pros: Cost effective. Works with WMP or drag-and-drop which is why I'll NEVER buy an iPod. Auto-turn off after inactivity is definitely a plus on battery saving.
Cons: Scroll-wheel LED is insanely bright, especially at night. It's the volume knob as well, which frequently get scrolled while they're in my jeans pocket and I'm walking. NO sleep timer!?!
Summary: Compared to cheap ear buds, the ones that came with this are pretty good sound-wise, though not the most comfortable and certainly not the best on the market. It was fairly easy to set up a play list but I wish it had allowed more than one. Also, it didn't come with much by the way of instructions.
Pros: Simple interface, long battery life, decent sound quality, plenty of storage for what I need. Scroll wheel is fairly sensitive once you get it going. Micro SD card slot is a big plus. It's also very easy to navigate.
Cons: Not the longest lasting piece of electronic equipment I've ever owned. I bought this player when my last sansa bit it. This little baby just quit on me too after about a year of use. I had it going 3-4 times a week for several hours at a time at work. It now freezes all the time and I'm unable to...