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If you live outside the iTunes ecosystem, the Sansa Fuze+ offers better features than either the Apple iPod nano or the iPod shuffle and is priced to compete with both players. quote


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Critic reviews

6.8
6 reviews
  • Sound quality
    7.3
  • Video quality
    7.6
  • Ease of use
    5.9
  • Portability
    6.9
  • Battery life
    8.0
  • Media support
    8.0
  • Capacity
    8.0

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User reviews

8.6
5 reviews
6.0
Engadget Oct 1, 2010

Given the features offered for the price, we really wanted to like the Sansa Fuze+. Unfortunately, the interface is something of a deal-breaker for us -- there's just too many other more elegant and usable options out there (iPod or otherwise) for us to see us using it on a day-to-day basis.

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8.0
CNET Sep 21, 2010

...video playback, AAC compatibility, FM radio, photos, podcasts, Rhapsody support, voice recording, and Mac compatibility make it an easy iPod alternative ...You can find smaller or cheaper MP3 players, but you won't find a better value than the Sansa Fuze+ in terms of dollars per features.

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7.0
PC Mag Sep 15, 2010

If you live outside the iTunes ecosystem, the Sansa Fuze+ offers better features than either the Apple iPod nano or the iPod shuffle and is priced to compete with both players.

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5.0
TrustedReviews Oct 11, 2010

If you can live with the ropey interface, the Sansa Fuze+ proves a capable, reasonably priced media player. However, there are plenty of other players out there that offer a better user experience for similar, or less, money.

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9.0
About Oct 8, 2010

With even more support for audio and video formats than before, and an iPod nano-beating video screen, the Sansa Fuze+ represents great value for money. If you're looking for a high-spec media player below $100, then you'll be hard pushed to find a better player in the budget media player category.

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6.0
Anything But iPod May 29, 2011

As it is, you have a very average player. I’d actually recommend a Sansa Clip+ over the Fuze+ unless video is an absolute necessity, as it’s certainly a less annoying experience as far as controls go. You can get the Fuze+ for less than $50 though (4GB), so I can’t be too hard on it.

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10
Alaris Alaris

Great little player. It's survived multiple drops, it handles any music/audiobooks/podcasts I add to it, and it's worked constantly for 3+ years, still holds its charge well enough to play 12 hours and only show 50% battery. Sounds great with simple earbuds at work, and the great sound continues...

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8.0
Loomi Loomi

I bought a refurb unit of the Fuze+. I added an 8 Gb micro sd memory and so it does start in a pokey way. The interface reminds me of the Xross Media Bar of the PS3 with out the cross to navigate. Sorry that doesn't explain it well. Most of the time I can navigate through my library of mp3 and wma.

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