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PC Mag says:

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A microSD slot has been added, but not a lot else has changed since the last Sansa Clip iteration. Even so, this budget MP3 player still does a lot more than the iPod shuffle—and for less. quote


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Critic reviews

8.5
7 reviews
  • Sound quality
    7.8
  • Video quality
  • Ease of use
    8.2
  • Portability
    9.2
  • Battery life
    8.4
  • Media support
    9.0
  • Capacity
    8.0

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8.8
23 reviews
8.0
CNET Aug 31, 2009

The SanDisk Sansa Clip+ is an excellent successor to the line, offering a fitness-friendly design with a built-in belt-clip, a simple interface, solid sound quality, and plenty of handy features--all for an ultralow price. It's an unbeatable value.

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8.0
PC Mag Aug 31, 2009

A microSD slot has been added, but not a lot else has changed since the last Sansa Clip iteration. Even so, this budget MP3 player still does a lot more than the iPod shuffle—and for less.

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8.0
Gizmodo Sep 3, 2009

It's the best low-end mp3 player on the market, without question. And did I mention it costs $50 for 4GB?

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10
Squidamus Squidamus

The ultra-portable Sansa Clip+ is an mp3 player suited for just about everyone. Offering almost premium sound quality, expandable size, and ease of use; the Sansa Clip+ is easily a great value purchase that offers a lot more than it's low price would suggest.

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10
deadfones deadfones

Win7 x64. I got an 8 gig for $60, shipped. I haven't needed to use an sd card yet, but it's nice that it's expandable. I have some laying around. I had a 1 gig 2nd gen shuffle I was using for walks with my warm and comfortable Sennheiser HD590s (they double as ear muffs, and...

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8.0
antijorge antijorge

So, this thing is tiny, but it sounds great. I got the 4Gb, and the "+ part is basically the addition of an sd card slot. These cards are about $20, so I don't really see myself using that option. There's that thing they are offering where you can buy a card that is preprogrammed...

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