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Sansa Clip Zip

The SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip is an audio Swiss Army Knife that plays most audio formats, works with audiobook and subscription music services, can be used as a voice recorder, and tunes in FM radio--all for under $50.

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Colors

Like 2009's Sansa Clip+, the Clip Zip has a starting price of $49 for a 4GB model, or $69 for an 8GB model. This time around, though, SanDisk is offering the device in seven different colors (red, blue, black, orange, white, gray, and purple) and has upgraded to a larger, full-color screen.

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Clip

The back, naturally, features an integrated clip that helps attach the device to your clothing and leaves your hands free for working out, or generally kicking butt. The clip is a bit longer than the iPod Nano's, though the all-plastic design isn't as resilient.

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Top

On the top of the Sansa Clip Zip are a power button and a pinhole microphone for voice recording.

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Side

On the side you'll find a headphone jack and a microSDHC card slot that can support up to 32GB of additional memory.

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Navigation

Don't let the new name or extra colors fool you, the Clip Zip's design isn't a far cry from the Sansa Clip+, or even the original Sansa Clip. There's a four-way navigation pad on the front with a separate back button floating above it.

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Accessories

A Micro-USB cable and earbud headphones come included with the Sansa Clip Zip.

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