SanDisk's slotRadio is unlike most MP3 players.
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It relies on cards preloaded with 1,000 songs, handpicked by music editors.
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If you like to tailor your music completely to your liking, this isn't the player for you. You can skip songs you don't like, but that's about it.
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Each card offers a variety of genre- or theme-based stations.
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The player has a built-in belt clip to keep it close at hand.
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For $99, you can get the slotRadio player, a variety of useful accessories, and a Billboard top hits card with 1,000 tracks.
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