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SanDisk to launch Fuze+ MP3 player

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Aug 2010 0:47 User comments (4)

SanDisk to launch Fuze+ MP3 player If a new leak proves accurate, SanDisk may finally be updating their aged MP3 player line, launching the new Fuze+ media device.
The Fuze+ will be the company's first update to the line since 2008.

SanDisk's new device will have a color OLED screen, capacitive touch buttons and new support for AAC and H.264.

Additionally, the device will have a microSDHC slot which includes slotRadio, and an FM radio.

A few models will be available ranging from 4GB to 16GB, with strong stated battery life of 24 hours for music and five hours for video.

Not priced yet, the device will go on sale in mid-September.

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4 user comments

119.8.2010 4:23

I like that they still make MP3 players. It's a nice alternative for those who don't have the money for a decent iPod.

219.8.2010 5:39

Hot damn! I will DEFINITELY be getting this when it comes out. Price is speculate will be $100 - 120, (that's for the 16GB version folks) about roughly what the original Fuze (8GB version) was for when it was released. You would get max 32GB if you include a 16GB card, so that's all the space you'll need., and if not, ypu can always chuck in more microSDs for unlimited storage for videos, music, etc.

319.8.2010 8:55

Woot! This sounds great! Sansas are awesome! Aren't they about the only ones that have the card slot? That's a sweet feature!

Wish they'd add the ability to synch wirelessly!!!

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 19 Aug 2010 @ 8:57

422.8.2010 8:08

Sansas are the best mp3 buy. I got a 8g for $25. The on board software doesn't have all the bells and whistles of an itunes but it does have drag and drop for syncing music.

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