I had the chance to check out Sansa's cool new Fuze for a recent Gearing Up column at The Boston Globe, and I'm happy to report that I'm absolutely in love with the thing. I'm a gadget-lover who balks a bit at new electronics -- it's all so tiny! And there are so many choices -- but this little baby is great.
September 21, 2008
Music to the ears
By Lylah M. Alphonse
SanDisk offers a cool little MP3 player, the Sansa Fuze, that one-ups the iPod Nano in a few big ways: It has a built-in digital FM radio; it plays all sorts of audio formats, not just those from iTunes; and it costs less than the Apple device. It has a 1.9-inch color screen that's remarkably clear, has a built-in voice recorder, comes with earbuds, and is perfect for distracting your
kid while you wait at the gate. The 8-gigabyte model, which costs about $120 at RadioShack and Best Buy stores, holds up to 2,000 songs and has a battery that will let you play music for a day or video for five hours. Colorful 2GB ($80) and 4GB ($100) models are also available. For more information, visit go.shopsansa.com. [More]
Looking for past product reviews? You can find an archive of recent Gearing Up columns over at Boston.com.
I've bought Sansa Fuze 'cause it has great sound and picture quality and a cool mix of features. And you don't pay through the nose for it!
The iPod only plays formats from iTunes? That's a limiter, how? I guess MP3 isn't a widely used format, my bad. But does the SanDisk play Ogg files?
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