I purchased the e250 (2GB) from Woot.com two years ago. It's a solid piece of hardware and after flashing the device with the open source Rockbox (http://www.rockbox.org/) software, I couldn't ask for anything more. I use it to play music in my car via cassette adapter, and I've...Read the full review →
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Has truly terrible sorting abilities for audio books, rendering it an exercise in frustration as you try to tag all your mp3 audio books in the correct order. Rockbox cures this problem and a dozen other problems. Beware that rockbox doesn't work for all versions of the e200 series. For...Read the full review →
We don't know why Sandisk discontinued this player. It is really hard to find as I write this (Jul 2009). They fly off the stores like hot cakes, even refurb. My only complain, like with any other Sandisk player is the way it catalog music, the best way to setup this player is by...Read the full review →
It does everything you want from an mp3 player. it's dirt cheap (got it for $40 on tigerdirect). love it. The codec support is okay. The interface is fine. It's got video, fm radio, fm recording, voice recording. It can be mounted as either a mass storage device or an MTP device. The...Read the full review →
I purchased an e280 a while back because I wanted a good player that did not rely on specific software to load music and media files, and this unit fitted the bill (with one exception, see below) I'll be frank, I've had SanDisk MP3 players in the past, and *3* of them bricked before...Read the full review →
This was my first MP3 player. I only bought it because I was really badly informed about iPods at the time. I thought they were only compatible with Macs. So I bought the Sansa. At first I was really impressed with it: it was black, shiny, had a bright screen and a nice blue scroll button. But...Read the full review →
I bought this a few years ago because I didn't want to pay the exorbitant prices for a Apple iPod. I enjoyed the fact that it had the ability to take Micro-SD cards and we were able to expand the storage that way. Unfortunately the expansion wasn't implented very well in their...Read the full review →
One of the features I was looking for in a mp3 player was a plug and play ability that does not require me to install any software to upload music or videos. This was right up my alley. Battery life is excellent, used this driving across the country and didn't have to recharge it until I...Read the full review →
I no longer use the default firmware for this player. I now use RockBox and this has allowed me to use a greater range of file types as well as keeping the same awesome battery life. Even on the default firmware the battery still lasts about 14 hours, which is pretty good as it is almost 4 years...Read the full review →
A real good products for "the go" person. Not for a person who looks for an all rounder. But it is a lot useful to experiment. The sound quality and the headphones are the best. Nothing else impressed me much.Read the full review →
The Sansa e2x0 is all around a well feature balanced, useful, sturdy device that will give you a long life of enjoyment. The weakest points of the device, and the reason I give it 8.5 instead of ten are it's original firmware and a battery life slightly shorter than that of other...Read the full review →
I actually have the e280R, which was made to work with Rhapsody. The device is phenomenal, as it keeps ONE DRM license for all tracks. Thus, downloading subscription tracks from Rhapsody for the device is VERY fast (about 2minutes per CD). The device is comparable to the iPod Nano, but it sports...Read the full review →
I loved this (until I got my Iphone)Read the full review →