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SanDisk Portable Media Players Bend OR

SanDisk offers their own line of portable media players as an alternative to other PMPs on the market, with a different look, feel and features than others that are available. Continue reading to learn more about SanDisk portable media players and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

Audio Image Incorporated
(541) 317-9331
1655 Ne Lytle St
Bend, OR
 
Deschutes County Car Tunes
(541) 382-2598
947 Nw Newport Ave # B
Bend, OR
 
Total Communication
(541) 318-8353
815 Ne Greenwood Ave
Bend, OR
 
Advanced Electronics Repair
(541) 330-6430
20427 Cady Way
Bend, OR
 
Game Quest
(541) 382-4059
61535 S Highway 97 Ste 15
Bend, OR
 
P Remiere Home Systems
(541) 385-9203
900 Se Wilson Ave
Bend, OR
 
Speedworks
(541) 383-5093
61580 American Ln Ste 1
Bend, OR
 
Tom's Radio & Electronics
(541) 617-1361
3118 Ne Madison Ave
Bend, OR
 
Stereo Planet
(541) 382-9062
1008 Nw Bond St
Bend, OR
 
Aqua Tronics Incorporated
(541) 548-2110
1212 Ne 5th St
Bend, OR
 

SanDisk Sansa Clip 8MB

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Sandisk has announced a new Clip with an 8 GB capacity. This tiny MP3 player has been immensely popular for good reason, but one of the limiting factors has been that it only came in 1, 2, and 4 GB capacities and no expansion card.

The new version should quell the objections, for 8GB is certainly a respectable capacity. I still wish it had a expansion card though like its big brother the Fuze.

Nevertheless, it is a great value with a suggested retail price of only $99 making it even more attractive. It comes in your choice of silver or black. That optional clip really makes it more likeable and practical. Why hasn’t anyone else though of this obvious but simple feature?

For more details, see my recent Sansa Clip review; all the other features are the same.

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SanDisk Sansa Connect

Fourth CES Favorite: SanDisk Sansa Connect

One of the problems with MP3 players is that they need to be tethered to a computer to receive content; you can’t deliver it on the fly over the air. Now you can with the introduction of the Sansa Connect, which will be available in March, and I’ll tell you more about it then. The prototype model at CES was a big hit and even garnered a coveted C/NET Best of CES 2007 award.

The Connect comes with 4 GB of built-in storage, enough for about 1000 tunes. It also has a micro-SD slot for infinite expansion. Its sleek, shiny black case measures 2.05x3.58x0.63 inches, sports a 2.2-inch screen, and will cost $249.

What makes the Connect so special is its fast 802.11g wireless technology that enables it to connect to the Internet at any hotspot to receive data. Now you can download new tunes and listen to Internet radio live, which is a huge step forward in the MP3 world.

In some ways, the unit is a step backwards, however. First, it has a goofy antenna sticking up on the top left that makes it look like a Treo 700 series cousin. It does not have video playback capability, which most other Sansa models feature--what a waste of that nice color screen. It does not have an FM radio tuner either. I suppose that is because you can listen to Internet radio. But, you have to be connected to do that, and you can listen to FM radio anywhere, anytime. I wonder why it only come...

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