Loads of features.
Capacitative touch controls.
Great battery life.
Affordable price tag.
Sleek, lightweight design.
Colorful, modern interface.
Much cheaper than a comparable iPod Nano.
2.4-inch LCD screen.
Expandable with microSD cards.
Impressive range of features.
Sensitive touch pad can leave you pressing keys unintentionally.
Clumsy touch controls.
Screen difficult to watch for long periods.
Touch panel causes problems.
Feels a little cheap.
Screen resolution isn't great.
Audio quality is just average.
All-plastic design feels cheap.
Slow reaction time from touch pad.
Occasionally, controls don't respond to touch.
Navigation can be tedious.
The lock function is way to easy to disable with it regularly being disabled in my pocket.
By Whathifi.com on December 02, 2011
Larger than average, the Fuze+ remains affordable and portable but offers a bit more screen – a 2.4in LCD – and a larger control area.The screen works nicely, with a bright, colourful interface and easy to read icons. The control system is...80
By Anything But iPod on May 29, 2011
When it was time for SanDisk to update the Fuze, they dubbed it the Fuze+ rather than make it a completely new player- just as they did with the Sansa Clip+. While the Clip+ truly was a minor (but awesome) update though, you can stare at the Fuze...-
By Tbreak.com on March 26, 2011
The Fuze gets an upgrade for the better with the new plus edition. While there’s just a little plus sign to indicate that this device is next of kin to the previous Fuze, the improvements offered are leaps and bounds ahead of its predecessor. The...80
By Hardware Secrets on January 19, 2011
The Sansa Fuze+ wins the prize for the music player with the most functionality at an affordable price. It includes an FM radio with the ability to record radio, a voice recorder, a photo viewer, good video playback, a MicroSD card slot for expansion,...-
By Expert Reviews on November 25, 2010
Sandisk's latest update to the Fuze player sounds good but an awkward touch interface makes it a pale shadow of the previous model....40
By eTech Reviews on October 21, 2010
When it comes to music players, iPods are the first thing that would jump to your mind. The Apple iPod has ruined other MP3 player’s market share and there are also music phones which serve as good substitutes to stand alone MP3 players. Sansa has...-
By DigitalVersus on October 19, 2010
The Fuze+ is a very good MP3 player whose main competitor is its lower-end counterpart, the Clip+! Unfortunately, the Clip+ is loads better value than the Fuze+, which doesn't have enough extra features to make it worth the extra...80
By Gadgetell on October 12, 2010
With so many smartphones and feature phones able to play music, MP3 player innovation has practically halted. In case you still prefer having a standalone MP3 player and do not wish to purchase an expensive iPod, you should definitely consider the...-
By Trusted Reviews on October 11, 2010
There was a time when Sandisk's range of Sansa MP3 players wasn't just a compelling alternative to Apple's iPod nano, but was arguably the better choice. It's been a long time since 2006 and the days of the , and competition is stiffer...50
By GamerTell on October 11, 2010
Recently, I have been able to spend a few weeks trying out SanDisk’s latest MP3 player, the Sansa Fuze+, which replaced the two year old SanDisk Sansa Fuze. I have not used the original Sansa Fuze, so I cannot comment on any notable differences,...-