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Small size and lightweight.
Built-in mic with voice recorder.
Built-in FM Radio.
Supports multiple audio file formats.
Long battery life.
Excellent sound quality.
MicroSD card slot.
As simple to load and play as ever, Podcast.
No color display.
No image viewing.
No video playback capability.
SlotRadio cards are not included.
Bundled USB cable is very short.
No AAC support.
Thick compared to the iPod shuffle.
Color options only available with 4GB model.
Navigating lots of files on the tiny screen can be tedious.
By Whathifi.com on December 02, 2011
If the looks like an MP3 player that’s shrunk in the wash, the Sansa Clip+ went round for another spin. This clip-on device is a true ultra-portable. It follows the tried and tested layout of having a central button surrounded by the other key...
By GadgetMac on January 07, 2011
With minute offerings from Apple in the form of the famous iPod Shuffle, and iPod Nano, SanDisk offers their version of an ultraportable mp3 player in the Sansa Clip+. The Clip+ is the second generation in the Clip series which offers a bright OLED...
By ConsumerSearch on October 01, 2010
Reviewers love the SanDisk Sansa Clip+, a tiny MP3 player that provides big sound in a lightweight and affordable package. The Sansa Clip+ is only 2 inches tall, and it includes a wearable clip for running or the gym. Unlike the iPod shuffle, the...
By GadgetSpeak on May 22, 2010
Up until recently my walking music needs were catered for by the Sansa Clip device. This small (55 x 35 x 16mm) silver and black device has been a regular accoutrement clipped (a feature that explains the product’s name) to my belt but now it has...
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on February 27, 2010
To conclude my review of the Sansa Clip+ I would like to say that I love this little device and would honestly like to recommend it to anyone who has not owned an MP3 player before or to someone who would like something a little different to what...
By GadgetSpeak on January 18, 2010
The latest incarnation of one of the best and easiest to use MP3 players the Sansa Clip, this one comes with 4GB of internal memory plus it also has a micro SD card slot so if 4GB is not enough you can add even more...
By Top Review Shop on January 05, 2010
Music is an important part of our lives and we love to have our favorite songs with us whenever we want to hear them. MP3 players make it easy to carry and play hours of music that we can listen to whenever we want. What makes a good MP3 player?...
By Gadling on January 04, 2010
It isn't often that we'll devote a Gadling gear review to something as "simple" as an MP3 player. But every now and then I come across a player that is just too much of a hidden gem to ignore. The Sandisk Sansa Clip+ is such a gem. This pocket...
By Expert Reviews on December 24, 2009
Sandisk's Sansa Clip is a well-equipped MP3 player. If you're on a budget, it's the player to buy....
By DigitalVersus on December 23, 2009
Using microSD One of the most common criticisms of portable devices like this is that they often can't treat the content stored on their internal memory and files on memory cards in the same way.Instead, you have to use two different menus to access...
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