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Saturday, November 20, 2010

SanDisk Sansa Fuze+ MP3 Player

When I was asked to review the Sansa  Fuze+ I jumped at the chance. It's light weight, dare I say it's lighter than the iPod (*gasp*).  It's sleek, thin and easy to use. Although I found the navigation touch pad a tad too sensitive but I'm sure I will get used to it. 




Similar to the iPod you charge it through your computer.  You can get a handcrafted playlist with one 1000 songs by getting a preloaded card. By purchasing a slotRadio card you can listen to your playlist or listen to your favorite radio station. Which I love! The only issue I have is that the card is super tiny and can be very easily lost. But on the other hand the card case is small and doesn't take up much room in your purse. 

Not only can you play music, listen to the radio but you can download videos, store photos, even record your favorite radio shows and play them back whenever you want. How cool is that? The slotRadio cards come in several categories: Classical, Health and Fitness, Hip Hop,  Rock, 80's and 90's etc. Right now I only see eleven cards available but I'm sure they will be offering more soon. 



The Sansa Fuze+ comes in a variety of colors and start at $79.99  depending on the  capacity you choose. They come in 4, 8, and 16 GB. Visit the SanDisk site for information on where to buy them!

These would make perfect Christmas gifts this Holiday season. So I recommend you check them out!

"I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of SanDisk and received the SanDisk Sansa Fuze+ and VH1 slotRadio Card to facilitate my review.”



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