Archive for the 'Sansa Clip' Category

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]

Cool gadgets with even cooler price tags (Greensboro News & Record)

It's Christmas again, but this year's economy makes seasons of huge flat-screen TVs and expensive game systems under the tree seem like a fever dream. You've got to shop smart - and there's a tech gift to wow them in every price range.

SanDisk Sansa Clip (2 GB) Like the more-expensive iPod Shuffle it comes in five colors, weighs less than an ounce and can clip to your clothing. Unlike the Shuffle, it comes with a small screen for easy navigation, built-in mic for voice recording and an FM radio receiver. More for less? Yes, please. Who it's for: Music and audiobook addicts on the go, runners and kids who want their first (but low-cost) MP3 player. Cost: $30-$60 [News Source]

Gift guide: Tech gadgets for every budget (San Jose Mercury News)

Even a sour economy doesn't mean you have to scratch technology gifts off your shopping list. You can still get a lot of neat gadgets for less than $100. And if you can afford to splurge, your money can go further these days.

MP3 players: You can get a simple, off-brand digital music player for under $10. For about $20, you can get a SanDisk SlotMusic player, which plays digital music stored on microSD flash memory cards. SanDisk's Sansa Clip player starts at about $30 for the 1-gigabyte model, which includes an FM tuner, a small display and a Advertisement voice recorder. [News Source]

Michael’s Holiday Gift Guide (AnandTech)

Michael Barkoviak gives his picks for hot tech items this holiday season ... SanDisk Sansa Clip 4GB MP3 player

I've never been a big fan of the Apple iPod craze, and rather than have to deal with Apple iTunes, I would rather have the SanDisk Sansa Clip 4GB MP3 player. The Sansa Clip line from SanDisk are flash-based MP3 players that are small and portable, which make them perfect for people who want to take their MP3 player running or to the gym. SanDisk remains a leader in the flash memory market, and I trust its flash MP3 players more than several other competitors. [News Source]

SanDisk firmware update adds OGG, FLAC support to Clip and Fuze (CNET)

SanDisk releases a major firmware update for two of its Sansa MP3 players, the Clip and the Fuze. Enhancements include support for Ogg Vorbis and FLAC audio files. [News Source]

8GB Sansa Clips Make iPod Shuffles Seem Juvenile [MP3 Player] (Gizmodo)

Perfect for those who need a small device for music on-the-go, the Sansa Clip from SanDisk is very much like the iPod Shuffle with its compact size and its ability to clip onto belt, purses and... [News Source]

Sandisk upgrades Sansa Clip to 8 GB (TG Daily)

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Sansa rolls out 8GB version of its tiny ‘Clip’ MP3 player (Tech Digest via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

I'm rather a fan of Sansa's tiny 'Clip' range of MP3 players. Although their album-on-a-microSD-card concept is idiotic, their MP3 players are very good, and the miniscule Sansa Clip, with a (relatively) massive clip on the back, is one of the best. Good news then - Sansa has just launched an even bigger version, taking the size up to 8GB. [News Source]

SanDisk ups Sansa Clip to 8GB (MacNN)

SanDisk raised the stakes in its competition against the iPod shuffle and Creative ZEN Stone with a new, 8GB version of the Sansa Clip. The capacity gives it storage for up to 2,000 songs and doubles the capacity of Creative's best ultra-small models and quadruple that of Apple's. It continues to hold the same four-line OLED display that lets it have full control over music while still ... [News Source]

SanDisk’s Sansa Clip upgrades to 8GB, stays tiny (Engadget)

Filed under: Portable Audio Going jogging for more than a hundred consecutive hours? Then the old models of SanDisk's teensy-tiny Sansa Clip audio player won't satisfy you, but this week a new variant hits with a capacious 8GB of storage -- a plenty-fair amount for the $99 price, and downright triumphant for a clip-on. That kind of storage wouldn't make sense in a Shuffle-like device ... [News Source]