Need help deciding between the Apple iPod Nano and the SanDisk Sansa Clip+? Our CNET editors put these two clip-on, fitness-friendly MP3 players to the test to see which one is worth your money.
That's your out-the-door price on this refurbished player, which features a color display, FM radio, and expandable storage.
SanDisk's tongue-twister of an MP3 player is a stupefying value and its practical clip-on design is perfect for the gym.
CNET's Donald Bell reviews the SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip, a new budget-priced MP3 player with AAC compatibility and a 1.1-inch color screen.
Take a closer look at SanDisk's Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player, an affordable player that's an ideal gym companion.
Usually you're lucky to find a desktop drive at this price. The Western Digital Elements SE can fit in a pocket.
Once again, Donald and Jasmine promise a "short one" and fail to deliver. But how is it that just two devices manage to stretch on for the standard 30 minutes? We'll tell you: one of them inspires a lovefest that's saccharine enough to make your teeth throb, while the other throws Jasmine into a tizzy dripping with disappointment. This discussion on two new players--the Sansa Clip+ and the S-Series Walkman--is not to be missed. Also, the MP3 Insiders touch once again on the possibility of subscription music on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Once again, Donald and Jasmine promise a "short one" and fail to deliver. But how is it that just two devices manage to stretch on for the standard 30 minutes? We'll tell you: one of them inspires a lovefest that's saccharine enough to make your teeth thr
SanDisk's Clip+ looks like a much better deal for playing preloaded slotMusic and slotRadio cards than the dedicated players built for that purpose.
The SanDisk Sansa Clip+ is an excellent successor to the line, offering a fitness-friendly design with a built-in belt-clip, a simple interface, solid sound quality, and plenty of handy features--all for an ultralow price. It's an unbeatable value