Archive for the 'Sansa Reviews' Category

Sansa slotRadio Review (The Gadgeteer)

Last winter I reviewed the slotMusic player from Sansa. I thought it was an ok player for $20, but the lack of display and CD music cards made it less than desirable. Now we have another option with the slotRadio player. It includes a display and can play preloaded cards with 1000’s of songs as [...] [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]

Hands On Review: The SanDisk Sansa Fuze (HispanicBusiness.com)

Three weeks into testing SanDisk's Sansa Fuze , it's performed very well. [News Source]

Review: Sandisk Sansa Fuze digital music player (Personal Computer World)

Can this recent addition to the Sansa range challenge Apple’s Nano? [News Source]

Review: In an iPod Nano world, some rivals lure (PhysOrg)

(AP) -- It's easy to understand the appeal of Apple Inc.'s iPod Nano music and video player: It's slim and simple to use, and it has a crisp 2-inch LCD screen. Its brand name is considered synonymous with hip tech gear. But what if you want a player that looks different from those wielded by the Nano army, costs less, includes features like an FM radio or voice recorder, and lets you drag and drop songs from your computer desktop instead of going through Apple's iTunes software? [News Source]

Review: SanDisk’s Sansa e130 mp3/WMA Player (New Mobile Computing)

Are you looking at buying a truly affordable & expandable mp3 player with an LCD screen & FM radio that just works? SanDisk's newest mp3 player Sansa might just be what you were looking for! [News Source]

Sandisk fills Sansa Fuze with more features than iPod nano at a lower price (Dallas Morning News)

The Sansa Fuze from Sandisk is a top-notch music and video player, and it's all Apple's fault. You see, Apple has had a string of hits with its hugely popular iPod line of music and video players, and other manufacturers have lined up to try to get their own slice of that pie. [News Source]

SanDisk Sansa View Review (Addict 3D)

What makes the Sansa View interesting is its high capacity flash memory along with memory expansion putting it in close rivalry to hard drive based players. [News Source]

Review: Sandisk Sansa View portable audio player (Personal Computer World)

Is Sandisk’s next-gen media player as good as its last effort? [News Source]