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An expansion card slot lets you easily add more music. (Blue version shown.) View larger.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 Player plays MP3, WMA, secure WMA, Audible, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC music files. View larger.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 player, recipient of an August 2009 CNET Editors' Choice award, is built to bring your music to life. The player features solid-state flash memory for skip-free playback, making it ideal for working out, and with MP3 quality for a rich, full-bodied sound. Whether you're a jazz aficionado or a classic rocker, the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player will ensure that your music comes through loudly and clearly.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 player supports the most popular audio formats, including MP3, WMA, secure WMA, Audible, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC.
Expandable Memory Slot for microSD, microSDHC, and slotRadio Cards
Thanks to the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player's expandable memory card slot, you don't have to rely on your computer or the Internet to listen to the music you love. Simply insert a preloaded microSD or microSDHC card, and you'll be ready to play music, podcasts, or audio books in seconds--with no waiting for downloads and no computer required.
You can also use the memory slot to add slotRadio cards for even more music options. slotRadio cards let you instantly enjoy your favorite music without being dependent on a computer or Internet access.
(Note: microSD, microSDHC, and slotRadio cards are sold separately. Visit sandisk.com or amazon.com for details about slotRadio cards.)
Just Clip and Go
Everything about the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player is designed with your active lifestyle in mind. About the size of a matchbox, it weighs less than an ounce and features an integrated clip that secures firmly to your clothing for easy, hands-free portability, making it the ideal MP3 player to take on your morning runs or afternoon workouts.
A large, bright, easy-to-read OLED screen and searchable menus make it easy to choose playlists or songs, while the long-life rechargeable battery offers up to 15 hours† of continuous playback.
In addition to all the great digital music features, the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player includes an integrated digital FM tuner with 40 presets for listening to sports, talk radio, or your favorite music stations at the gym. It also has a built-in microphone for recording your latest and greatest thoughts on the go.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 player is backed by a limited one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Sansa Clip+ MP3 player, USB 2.0 transfer cable, earphones, quick-start guide and a Starter CD (Rhapsody offer).
Tinier than I expected, but with the hard-key toggles it's much easier to use and much more intuitive than a pricier SanDisk MP3 player I have with finicky touchpad controls which... Read morePublished 4 minutes ago by J. Kuehn
Great little device.
***This model is quite superior to the new Clip Sport in a number of ways, including GUI, ergonomics and most importantly - sdhc card is considered... Read more
I had hoped this would be a simple mp3 player with which I could just add music using a file manager, but you have to download and register an account with a program called... Read morePublished 54 minutes ago by vagittarius
I have never reviewed any item before, but this one deserves one. I love this mp3 player! If you listen to a lot of books, this player is perfect. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Alice Morton
Unfortunately I have to say this is just a cheap piece of Chinese made crap. It worked well for a few months and then just went bust while using it to play some music. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by D. Mueller
Love it when it works but this is my third one because they do not last long!Published 2 hours ago by Elaine
SanDisk Sansa is the gold standard of mp3 players. Its reasonable to expect high quality and consistent operation from this durable little guy.Published 5 hours ago by Marilyn Koletzke
4 months and it's dead for no apparent reason. I never dropped it. Tried charging it with different cables. It's just simply dead.Published 10 hours ago by Hollie Olson