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The Sansa Fuze+ MP3 player gives you more player for less money. From its sleek and thin styling to its invisible touch control, the Sansa Fuze+ MP3 player delivers a great user experience and lets you do more than just play music files. Add a blank microSD card to expand your own music library or an optional slotRadio card for an instant library of songs - even listen to FM radio with the ability to record stations or record your voice with the built-in mic. Sansa Fuze+ MP3 player is the newest in a long line of award-winning players from the inventor of flash memory cards.
Sounds ok but has problems
Pros: Good sound quality, bright color screen, plays iTunes format aac files (*.m4a)
Cons: Very slow to start, menus are difficult to access and 'touch' controls often misread where fingers are touching. No touch screen controls. Accessing menu to get to song list is extremely slow and it often plays a few songs only then shuts off. Has locked up once in a week since purchasing and shut itself off several times. Would not recommend buying this.
Other Thoughts: If you are purchasing an MP3 player to view movies, this screen is ok but you would do better with a bigger screen with touch controls. Music quality is good but player is slow and menu system/controls are behind the times. I would recommend an iPod over this, or if you want something basic, try the refurb Sansa clip.
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“Very slow to start, menus are difficult to access and 'touch' controls often misread where fingers are touching. ...”— dbert 9/14/2011