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Sansa E200 series players

by browndanw / March 20, 2006 3:03 AM PST

Has anybody purchased and used one of these yet?
If so, can you pass on info about the following:

- What is the song navigation like? By artist?
By Title? When scrolling through the song list does
a partial list show up in the LCD (other MP3 players
only a single track in the window as you scroll)?

- What is the playlist support? Are playlists
possible? If so how do you create and load them on
the device?

- What is the computer interface portion like? Do
you need to use Sandisk software to download/upload
to the player? Or is it possible to simply copy/paste
files to the Windows removeable device/drive?

I'm considering buying this but I really would like
to know these things before buying. Thanks for the
help.

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Umm.
by b1rd / March 22, 2006 10:07 AM PST

They have no yet been released to the public, but they say by the end of March they should be. We're all pretty anxious and now only have wait like 9 more days ^^!

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Should be released, no?
by browndanw / March 22, 2006 12:49 PM PST
In reply to: Umm.

Are you sure? I have seen them on a ton of merchant
websites, including J&R, Digital Etc., RitzCamera.com,
PC Connection. Unless I goofed and they are available only to preorder.

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RE: Sansa E200 series players
by Jasmineflower / March 23, 2006 7:59 AM PST

What is the song navigation like?
*Play All, Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, Playlists, My Top Rated, Recordings

When scrolling through the song list doesa partial list show up in the LCD?
*If you navigate to Songs, seven tracks are displayed on the screen as you scroll through

What is the playlist support? Are playlists possible? If so how do you create and load them on the device?
*Yes, you can create playlists in Windows Media Player and then transfer them when the device is connected and the program is open (you can even set up an automatic syncing relationship in WMP). You can also create one playlist on the device itself (called the Go List) by activating the contextual menu while a song is playing.

What is the computer interface portion like? Do you need to use Sandisk software to download/upload to the player? Or is it possible to simply copy/paste files to the Windows removeable device/drive?
*You can drag and drop or use a program such as Windows Media Player

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