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The Sansa® Clip Zip™ is a compact MP3 player perfect for joggers, commuters, and other active music listeners. The Clip Zip supports a wide range of digital audio formats, and boasts premium features such as an integrated FM radio, built-in voice recorder, and a stopwatch, all at an affordable price. The Clip Zip's innovative clip design makes it easy to take your tunes everywhere you go.
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The Sansa® Clip Zip™ is an ideal accessory for active music listeners, incorporating an integrated clip design that securely fastens to a bag or clothing. The light and compact player measures just 2-1/4 inches tall and weighs less than 16 grams, and the rechargeable battery lasts up to 15 hours on a single charge.
Runners, athletes, and others who want to enjoy music on the move will find the small Clip Zip easy to carry, and will rarely have to worry about charging the battery. The Sansa Clip Zip lets you clip and go.
The Sansa® Clip Zip™ offers premium features that make it more than just an MP3 player. These features include a recordable FM radio, voice recorder, and stopwatch.
The integrated FM radio lets you listen to, and even record, your favorite music stations if you get bored with the music on the player. The built-in microphone and voice recorder let you record anything from lectures to concerts to spoken reminders for yourself. Additionally, athletes and runners who like to time their workouts will appreciate the integrated stopwatch.
The versatile Sansa® Clip Zip™ is compatible with a wide variety of digital audio formats, including MP3, WMA, secure WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and AAC files (for listening to non-DRM iTunes audio files). The Sansa Clip Zip is optimized for use with music downloaded from music services such as Rhapsody, eMusic, and Napster. In addition to music, it also plays audiobooks and podcasts.
The Sansa® Clip Zip™ features a 1.1-inch color screen with an easy-to-use graphical user interface that allows for easy navigation of your music collection. Song playback is controlled using a set of front-panel buttons.
The bright, backlit screen is easy to see and provides at-a-glance information such as time, battery life, and song information. Album art is rendered in vibrant detail for music lovers.
A microSD/microSDHC card slot lets you expand your player's capacity when you need more than the onboard memory. By using memory cards, you'll be able to carry more songs around with you.
|SIZE:||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB / 8 GB||4 GB||4 GB / 8 GB|
|Hours of music||60||60||60||60||60 / 120||60||60 / 120|
|Number of songs||1,000||1,000||1,000||1,000||1,000 / 2,000||1,000||1,000 / 2,000|
|Hours of music||128||128||128||128||128 / 256||128||128 / 256|
|Number of songs||2,000||2,000||2,000||2,000||2,000 / 4,000||2,000||2,000 / 4,000|
The Sansa Clip Zip requires Windows Media Player 10, a CD-ROM, Internet access, and a USB 2.0 port for playlist creation, synchronizing, downloading, and installation. One-year limited warranty.
Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player, USB 2.0 transfer cable, earphones, starter CD, and user guide.
Pros: Works with Rhapsody. Very Small and lightweight.
Cons: With Rhapsody you can not put Rhapsody tracks on the SD card. However you can put tracks you own on the SD card. Just have to change folder when you want to play them.
Other Thoughts: Got this to replace my wife's 3 yr old Sansa Fuze. Started having charging problems with it. If it went dead and you plugged it in you would have to reset the device to get it to charge. Guess the battery was going dead and it is not replaceable.
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Hope I get a better one
Pros: 8GB build in. Cheap. micro-sd card slot. Very small/light.
Cons: After loading up about 7GB of music I found the player takes a long time to organize "my media" When the shuffle function was off it took over 5 minutes to skip a song I didn't want to listen to. Each song was like this. Turning on shuffle helped that. Then it took me more than ten minutes to get the thing to turn on today.
Other Thoughts: The radio seemed to work OK.
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Pros: I always do a lot of research before buying my electronics. This MP3player got great reviews everywhere I checked, so I decided to give it a try. First of all for the price it is great! Very easy to use especially compared to my zune. The best part to me is that there is no software needed you can just simply use it as an external hard drive and organize your files the way you want to. The menu is easy to follow and the battery last forever.
Cons: The only con is the screen. The quality is not worth using for videos but honestly if you are looking for an MP3 player for video use you should be willing to spend a lot more.
Other Thoughts: Over all a great little device for the price. I would recommend it and in fact I bought another one for my mother due to is ease of use.
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5 week follow-up review
Pros: Player includes a FM Radio, stopwatch/lap timer, audiobook and podcast support and can record using it's microphone or off the FM. The player also supports micro SD cards up to 32 GB in size.
Cons: After 5 weeks of use the player still provides poor aac file support. Your best off converting everything to MP3 format for this player. Even with all MP3 file content, when you change file content on the player it can take over ten minutes to refresh even minor changes if you use a memory card to augment the player's memory. Change any of the content on an almost full 32 GB Micro SD card and refresh will take over an hour! Yes, over an hour! Not exactly a great user experience, to say the least.
Other Thoughts: SanDisk has pumped out three firmware updates in the last five weeks for this player. They have resolved none of the flaws mentioned in my two reviews. Their customer support has been horrible. They excel at denial and wasting your time when you are only trying to help them fix their product flaws. I use their forums to discuss these issues instead and get at least some ideas how to workaround the many product issues. I have downgraded the player to one star after five weeks of ownership due to the numerous issues with refresh times and AAC files and the lack of problem resolution displayed by SanDisk. Buyer beware!
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Promising Clip Zip player has issues
Pros: This player has a lot of attractive features for the price:
Cons: * The earphones are poor, but you probably already have others, right?
Other Thoughts: SanDisk promises an email reply within 24-48 hours of submitting a problem report. They broke this promise on both problems I reported. Their online support was only marginally better.
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“Works with Rhapsody. Very Small and lightweight.”— CompUNut 12/28/2012
“I always do a lot of research before buying my electronics. This MP3player got great reviews everywhere I checked, so I ...”— litljewels33 4/8/2012