The top edge of the Express houses the menu/power button and a hold switch...
...while the bottom offers dedicated volume controls--always a welcome touch.
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The Express has a built-in mic for voice recording and the ever-handy microSD card expansion slot for adding more memory.
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The Sansa Express is about the size of a small pack of gum...
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Not the blog, but the face of the Express. It features a mirrored inlay that might come in handy for checking lipstick or teeth.
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This player offers the slightly dated but still quite useful built-in USB plug, giving it true on-the-go capability.
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...and it comes with a handy lanyard if you want to wear it around your neck. We had a heck of a time stringing it through the notch, though.
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The SanDisk Sansa Express is compact and easy to use, yet still offers handy extras such as an FM tuner. It does suffer from a tiny display, though, and it doesn't support photos or album art.
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