SanDisk Sansa Fuze+

78
Global
Score
78

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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PC Mag says:

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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from $104.99+

Scores

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Breakdown

Ease of use
5.7
Media support
8.0
Capacity
8.0
Battery life
8.0
Video quality
7.6
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Specs

Sansa

Type
Audio / video player
Media type
Internal storage, Memory card
Audio codec support
AAC, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WMA
WiFi
no
Audio playback time
up to24 hour
Video playback time
up to5 hour
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Specs

Sansa

Type
Audio / video player
Media type
Internal storage, Memory card
Audio codec support
AAC, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WMA
WiFi
no
Audio playback time
up to24 hour
Video playback time
up to5 hour
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iPod touch

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86
 

Critic

8.6
 

User

8.6
 
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PonoPlayer

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6.6
 

User

7.3
 
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