on August 11, 2010
Bought this a few years ago and it still works great. The wheel is a bit clunky, kind of a gimic to look more like that iSomething or other. Really it's not necessary for navigation, it just looks cool. This thing plays videos, but with only 2gig internal, it's hard to justify having '300' on it, irregardlessly of the screen size. The sound quality is great, its been used on road trips, while working out, and while in a quiet, relaxed environment. The thing is also expandable with the MicroSD cards, which, if you're willing to tote around a finger sized brief case, can provide you with a limitless library.
Worth the money, no regrets.
on April 18, 2012
I have had the sansa for a while and just start using it. After using it for about a week i needed a case for it. I ordered this case for two reasons 1 i needed something that would fit good but was easy to get on and off, and 2 it was pink. I recived it early so shipping was great. It fits snug but is still easy to put on and take off. I am still able to use all the buttons and the round volume sider easily.it is also easy to plug in the charger, headphones, and get to the memory card. It also came with an arm band. I would tell everyone to get this case. Thanks T.
on December 14, 2010
This player can hold thousands of oldies songs. I also use it in the contineous mode to play nature sounds. Ocean waves splashing
agains rocks, and sea gulls crying, or birds singing in a rain storm.
Since it's not like a revolving CD, it can play forever.
It can be a little confusing if you are new to it, but then the set up becomes easy. I bought 2 of them. One is for music, the the other
is for nature sounds. I also bought the protective case.
I would advise buying the AC adaptor too, to keep the battery