Sandisk launches new MP3 player
Dubai, September 3, 2009
SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash memory cards, has launched the new Sansa Clip+ MP3 player, which comes equipped with a new microSD memory card slot that enables consumers to listen to thousands of additional songs.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 player is fully compatible with any microSD card pre-loaded with music. By sliding any of these cards into the new Sansa Clip+ memory card slot, music lovers can instantly listen to premium songs and handcrafted playlists without consuming any of the device’s onboard memory.
With custom-loaded microSD cards, consumers have the option of inserting a microSD card loaded with their own music library to listen to —up to 4,000 additional songs per 16 gigabytes (GB) card—which again adds interoperability with other devices, including mobile phones that are microSD card compatible.
Tailor made for budget and time-conscious music fans looking for the best MP3 player for the money, the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player offers outstanding sound quality; long-lasting rechargeable battery; bright, easy-to-read screen, and compact wearable design, said a statement.
“We made a great product -- the Sansa Clip -- even better,” said Eric Bone, vice president, retail product marketing, SanDisk.
“This small player packs big features, including a new microSD memory card slot that gives music lovers the ability to listen to thousands of additional songs in seconds. It’s the perfect player for travelers, busy moms, fitness buffs or anyone looking to enjoy music without the hassle of loading songs from their computer or updating playlists.”
The music player comes in a variety of capacities, including 2 GB of onboard memory for up to 500 songs for $39.99 (MSRP), 4GB which holds up to 1,000 songs for $49.99, and 8GB, which has an up to 2,000-song capacity for just $69.99, according to the statement.
The Sansa Clip+ MP3 player is available in red, blue or black. – TradeArabia News Service
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