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Exercise w/ Microdrive MP3 Players

I think that's what it all comes down to. I need an MP3 player that
1. has actually tested well for good sound (first and foremost)
2. can be used as portable storage -- meaning that it is seen as a USB Storage Drive when it's hooked up to a PC
3. can handle a little bouncing around when I'm running.

I need the capacity that comes with the Microdrive players. Can I run with one in my pocket w/out it skipping? Do they make armbands for this size player?

Thanks for the help!


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is 6gb ok?

Flash is the way to go for exercising, and the largest plach player is 6gb, it also plays videos and has all features (radio and voice record) The downside is you'll have to wait untill march until you can get one. It;s the Sandisk Sansa e200. Now ive never had a sandisk but ive heard there of good quality

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Nano 8GB?

Thanks for the help. Heard a rumor that they'll be something exciting coming from MacWorld. Going to hold out one way or another it seems.


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I'm Going With . . .

The Sandisk Sansa 4GB model. Too bad about this past year's MAC World. Might go with the Sirius S50. I appreciate the help.



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