Sansa Fuse+ Putting SanDisk Back into the MP3 Player Game

Posted by at 11:08 am on August 31, 2010

As rumored, SanDisk today finally updated its core MP3 players with the  Sansa Fuze+. The MP3 has an UI and drops the jogwheel of past models.  Replacing the the jogwheel is  capacitive touch directional pad. The new software interface look to be simpler and now uses “film strip” model which puts major categories at top and provides either quick access from the top level or a launch into a deeper level.

Format support is also greatly expanded  now accepts both AAC audio and H.264 video, including any unprotected content first bought in iTunes. It can also handle typical formats such as MP3, WMA, WMV, Audible books, FLAC and OGG. Support for slotRadio format is there too.  The new Fuza+ automatically recognize cards put into the microSDHC slot.

There is also FM radio with recording and a microphone for voice memos. Battery life lasts for a full day of audio or five hours of video, even with a larger 2.4-inch screen.

The Fuze+ has capacities of 4GB, 8GB and 16GB priced at $80, $90 and $120 respectively. All of the players are available today in as many as five colors, although not every color is available with every capacity.

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