The latest addition SanDisk's Sansa line of MP3 players is the ultracheap, ultracompact Clip. But don't let the Clip's low price fool you: this player packs plenty of features and a 92dB signal-to-noise ratio, which should make for some sweet sound.
The newest addition to the Sansa family is the Clip, a super compact flash player with a built-in belt clip (natch). It's nearly the same size as the Creative Zen V Pus, though it's lacking a full-color screen. Instead, you get a dual-color, four-line OLED display. The player will come in four variations: a 1GB version in black, and a 2GB model that comes in red, pink, or blue.
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As has been the standard for SanDisk, the Sansa Clip is exceptionally cheap. The 1GB version will set you back a mere $40, while the 2GB model is only 20 bucks more, at $60. Don't let the low price fool you, though: the Clip offers a 92dB signal-to-noise ratio, meaning it should sound pretty sweet.
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Despite its basic design and low price, the Clip offers a fair array of features. It has a built-in FM tuner with 40 preset slots and a mic for recording voice notes. The player also supports subscription downloads from the likes of Rhapsody and others.