Summary: I got a sansa view for about 60 bucks for an 8GB. not bad. i liked the feel of it, i liked the way the controls work and the screen graphics and color and brightness...i liked the radio..the one thing that got me to hate this to the death is the fact that it works badly with microSD cards.
Summary: I have been using SanDisk players for a long time because I prefer Rhapsody to Itunes for the rental music features. The view has nice features with the pictures and video. Its fairly easy to use unless you are looking for a specific track in which case you will scroll forever.
Summary: In general I really like this device and it works very well. Everything about it is as advertised, and I have no problem with the hardware or its performance. Here is the big BUT. I would not recommend this device for people who want to use it to listen to a lot of Podcasts, because the fast forward...
Summary: So to anyone that owned the previous e200 product, this review might be interesting to you. Here are some things that they fixed form the e200. -The record "feature" on the side of the unit is now a slider button and I have never hit it accidentally unlike on the e200.
Summary: Important things to consider before buying: 1. Crappy headphones provided. Be sure to have good quality headphones to use with this player. The headphones fade away high frequencies no matter where you connect them. 2. You cannot arrange your music by folder or file.
Seems it would be good, one I ordered did not appear new.
28 October 2008
Summary: So I bought this for my girlfriend and was hoping it'd work well with her device (from what I can tell the voltages are all correct). However, when I ordered this I understood it to be a "new" item. What we received was instead something that appeared to be used, used and well used.
Summary: I will start by saying I am pretty picky and that's why still do not own an MP3 player myself. Anyway, I bought the Sansa View 8GB for my father, who wanted a microphone to record live lectures and other stuff.
Summary: I've been using Sansa players for about 4 years now and have always preferred them because of how well they work with Rhapsody which I think is much better then iTunes. Having said that I have been disappointed with my view.