Archive for April, 2009

60-second review: Sansa slotRadio (PhysOrg)

Product: Sansa slotRadio, by SanDisk [News Source]

SanDisk Releases Four New slotRadio Cards for Fans of Rock, Country, Hip Hop/R&B and Oldies (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

MILPITAS, Calif.----SanDisk Corporation , the inventor and world's largest supplier of flash storage cards, today announced that four new 1,000-song, genre-specific slotRadio™ cards are available for sale at slotRadio.org. [News Source]

Review: Sandisk Sansa Clip Audio Player (Linux Today)

Montana Linux: "The gang on The Linux Link Tech Show mentioned the Sandisk Sansa Clip as being an affordable, quality portable audio player that worked well with Linux so I decided to give it a shot." [News Source]

Review: SanDisk slotRadio (MacNN)

The notion of an ultra-simple music player has been around for some time, but most of these designs have, for the most part, kept made certain assumptions about how digital music must be played: that it has to come from a computer, that the user must have exact control over when songs play. SanDisk has taken a bet that there's a crowd which is looking for an experience more like their favorite ... [News Source]

‘Slot Radio’ promises music for pennies (WOAI San Antonio)

SanDisk, the maker of flash storage cards, has seen its music player, the Sansa, achieve a solid #2 rating in the marketplace, not a bad place to be. [News Source]

A Music Player That Comes With Songs Already on It (New York Times)

The SanDisk slotRadio includes a micro SD card preloaded with 1,000 songs, no downloading required. [News Source]