Sync with Media player’s and create playlists. It syncs up with the computer very easily. Rockbox also supports e models with version 2 hardware. The Bottom Line With a huge features list, simple design and a whole lot of expandable storage space, the Sansa e screams “Take me on, wimpy iPod Nano”. It is small and easy to use Pros: When SanDisk’s Sansa e was announced in August, it garnered a lot of attention for being the flash MP3 player with the world’s biggest capacity. On the bottom is the proprietary port for USB connection and charging.
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SanDisk released a version 2 of the e series in December with internal hardware different from the first version. Version 1 Sansas can have the Rockbox application installed which in theory will allow it to read SD cards larger than 2GB.
When SanDisk’s Sansa e was announced in August, it garnered a lot of attention for being the flash MP3 player with the world’s biggest capacity. Battery life I have found to be really good as long as the 20hrs suggested by Sansa. The back of the player has a brushed bronze finish, a metal we’ve been seeing a lot of lately in phone models like Sony Ericsson’s Walkman range.
Product Key Features Storage Capacity. Digital audio players Portable media players.
Rockbox also supports e models with version 2 hardware. I would definitely suggest this to some first time MP3 buyers. It allows you to see what you want to play along with having an option to make sandis, play list.
A flash player with 10GB of memory overall — not too shabby. Movies must be converted first. SanDisk Sansa e 8GB review: Don’t show this again.
These tiny bits of metal provide hope to those who have been burned by faulty iPod batteries, as they mean that the battery can be replaced without needing to trek to a service centre.
Sync with Media player’s and create playlists. Design The e looks identical to the e, with an iPod-esque vertical orientation, mechanical backlit scroll wheel and glossy sandosk casing. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 22 Novemberat The players are powered by a user-replaceable offered as replacement set by SanDisk and some competitors lithium ion battery that is also rechargeable, and come with a built-in expansion slot for microSD cards, an FM tuner with a recording function only available in North America, Japan, New Zealand, Australia and some other countriesand microphone for voice recording.
One-touch recording for voice and radio.
Comparative weak output volume, e. The standard firmware for e models with version 1 hardware is not compatible with the newer microSDHC format generally 4GB and higher ; Rockbox firmware adds this support.
You may also like. Very, very decent quality of sound. On dansa bottom is the proprietary port for USB connection and charging. Pages using deprecated sandis syntax. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. I bought this item because the seller big thanks had said it is version one, so RockBox capable.
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