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This review is from: SanDisk Sansa Clip+ 1.0" Blue 4GB MP3 Player SDMX18R-004GB-A57
Pros: This supports all the formats I want it to, including FLAC (my favorite).
Has an SDMicro card slot, so don't let the 4GB capacity bother you.
Supports Rockbox. Boots really fast with it (1 second or so).
Cons: Use Rockbox because the stock firmware sucks. Initially, I didn't want to put files on it much, because it would always scan and update its "database", which I never found all that useful, since I always browse by folders and files. Since I put Rockbox on it, it never has needed a reset or displayed weird behavior, nor does it update a database (unless you want it to).
Doesn't like 24-bit FLAC. I always wonder why it will skip several songs, then I remember why, and remind myself to re-encode. I would not be surprised that it won't play >48kHz sample rates either, but I haven't tried any.
Other Thoughts: Good value for the money. Replaces old (but still working) iAudio 5.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Flash Card w/ Adapter Model SDSDQM-032G-B35A
Pros: Bought to use in SanDisk Sansa Clip+. More than half full, don't write to it much, has not failed in the several months I've had it.
Cons: Isn't what I would call fast (~3 MB/s), but like I said, I don't write to it often, nor do I need it to be fast.
Other Thoughts: Bought SanDisk card to put in SanDisk player.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have two of these. Thanks to the IPS panel (look it up), these have great picture. Bright, but not too bright. LED backlighting makes them run significantly cooler than older CCFL backlit monitors. Sturdy construction (doesn't bounce around), and can go landscape or portrait mode. No dead pixels, and the Acer warranty/service does what it's supposed to.
Has plenty of connections, and comes with plenty of cables for them (except USB).
Cons: Sent in one of two for dead pixels a week after I got it. A few months later, still none.
The colors do not appear to be factory calibrated (can't find documentation saying so). But so long as they are accurate enough (blue is blue, red is red, etc...), I don't care much.
The on screen settings are a bit unintuitive, and the buttons might be pushed a bit further back into the monitor with time/repair (as what happened to my serviced one), but still usable.
Like printers, they forgot the USB cable.
Other Thoughts: Bought these to replace 3-4 year old 24" TN monitors. They are a nice step up from what I had, and cheaper to boot. I might pick up a third one eventually.
I only have it connected through DVI, and have not tried the USB hub or audio ports.