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Great little skin for price,
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This review is from: BIRUGEAR Clear Rubber Soft Silicone Skin Cover Case for SanDisk Sansa Clip Plus 4GB 8GB (Electronics)
For the cost, you can't beat this product. It's soft and nice looking. I gave it 4 out of 5 stars because (although, again, for the cost, what more could you ask for?) the skin is not "clear" as the description suggests (although the picture is 100% accurate), so you can't see the blue-ness of the player; also, there is no protection to the screen, so it is still susceptible to contact and scratching. The ports are not protected either, so, again, they are susceptible to dust; the good side to that is that you can plug and access sd card without taking the skin off. Also, the skin attracts some dust, so it appears dirty quickly, but you can just brush it off. I like that the softness of the skin because it absorbs some shock, like if I have it in my car and I go over a bump, I don't have to worry about the insides shaking as much. My product was delivered quickly and in great shape. Overall, I recommend this product.
*Now we all need to petition Sandisk to make a simple playlist-creation-program for its media players, since playlist creation is a disaster on the clip.
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Initial post: Jan 24, 2012 6:39:18 PM PST
Boy do I totally agree! It's such a perfect little player - but soooo useless for actual playlists! The best I've done is re-format it, clearing all data, and syncing playists I've already made in Windows Media player to it - then they'll show up. Otherwise I just use it alphabetically. Very frustrating, and now the clip broke so trying to hand onto it is impossible....wish it had a little hole in the side for a string or something. Anyone got any ideas?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 10, 2013 6:29:20 PM PST
Really late reply, but I've been using Genre in place of playlists (it's nigh impossible to make playlists - back when I first got my Sansa, the original model, I had to use Windows Media Player to export its playlists and drag them to the Playlists folder, and half the time it wouldn't even work). Just download MP3Tag, select the songs you want, change the Genre to the name you want, and press Ctrl + S to save the tags.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013 9:37:51 PM PST
Wow, CNet rates that software realy highly, I've done the download already and thank you Yibo! It looks like it might solve my duplicate song problem in media player if nothing else. My friend got me an ipod for Christmas, but the Sansa is still what I use for exercise, etc. It'd be great to have more control over it! Thanks again!
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