Summary: The controls are easy to figure out. I like it because it runs on AAA batteries. I honestly hate ion batteries, because they die eventually. It does not really work well with Window Media, but it is okay. I lasts hours, which is the best part for me!
Summary: This is a quality product with a fair amount of memory. Excellient operating system for music or podcasts. Audiobooks work great with this player. The only problem is some audiobooks need to have their tags edited to get play order correct.
Summary: Here's my bottom line: If you're new to mp3 players and you just want a gadget to store and play your favorite music without a big hullabaloo, any of the models in the SanDisk m200 series would be a great toy for you.
Summary: The Sansa Sandisk m260 is getting a bit long in the tooth in the electronic world and is several generations out of date but I like them so much. Prices have fallen to the point that if you lose them or damage them it isn't a huge financial crisis which is a good thing in today's environment.
Summary: Now that the m250(2GB) player is so cheap, it doesn't make sense to pay almost 200 dollars for this unit. Don't get me wrong, i love the player, and nothing beats the long lasting battery life, and utilizing a single AAA battery is its best feature if you ask me.
Summary: I have had a 2GB Sansa for a couple of years now and love it. It is easy to use and holds a great number of songs. This Christmas I decided to get one for each of my parents (a 4GB and a 1GB) and they are both thrilled with theirs.
Summary: I realy liked that it has an FM radio, but didn't like the that it didn't come with an owner's manual. There doesn't seem to be an "off" button. When the battery was removed (the only way I could figure out to turn it off,) then it lost all memory of the songs I selected and I had to hook it up to...