Summary: Because the Fuze is similar to the Sansa e200 series, it seems useful to compare this unit to its predecessor ( Read our Review of the Sansa e270 Here ). As a fan of the e200 series, I thought those of you who also enjoyed the e200 series may be wondering how this unit stacks up
Pros: Ability to delete songs on the fly., Great battery life, Competitively Priced, Easy to Use
Cons: Travel pouch holds player upside down, clutter gets in, Power slider - cannot just turn on while in pouch, have to remove
Excerpt: The Sansa Fuze was a surprise gift and a total surprise when it comes to cool features. The built in 8 GB flash memory may come up short with various files. The coolest feature is the SD slot. I can add memory cards at will.
Excerpt: The Sandisk Sansa Fuze is awfully reminiscent of its direct competition, the iPod Nano, with similar size, feel and click wheel. But when the almighty dollar dictates decisions, you can’t beat the Fuze.
Excerpt: Zara took a look at the new Sansa MP3 player, the Fuze . As well as coming in at a nice comfortable price point, there's a couple of nifty features that make it definitely worth more than a second glance. Zara's sold!
Summary: All in all, the SanDisk Sansa Fuze is a terrific value. As SanDisk manufactures its own flash memory, it passes along the savings to customers in the form of a player that's $49 and $69 cheaper than comparable 4GB and 8GB iPod nanos, respectively.
Excerpt: There was a gap that needed to be filled in the Sansa product line in between the Clip and the View. This gap was filled by the Fuze with a bigger screen, more capacity, and a memory slot compared to the Clip; but it wasn’t quite the flagship as the View with a lower resolution screen, smaller size,...