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Verizon brings slotRadio+ cards to BlackBerry

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

This is interesting news. Verizon just announced that they will be offering slotRadio+ microSD memory cards (which already come preloaded with music) for most BlackBerrys. We’ve seen the cards before. They are not new. They were introduced by SanDisk last year and can hold 1,000 songs from various artists on the Billboard charts.

First you’ll need to download and install an application on your BlackBery that will let you connect to Verizon’s V CAST Music service, for it to work. Each of the cards will retail for $50 if you like the skip button enough to get one.

SanDisk releases a quartet of slotRadio cards with 1,000 tracks each

Posted in SanDisk by Shane McGlaun on April 30th, 2009

sandiskslotradiocards-sbI still don’t get the slotRadio format. I can see what the record companies are trying to do, but they still don’t seem to get why consumers prefer digital tracks to physical formats. With a digital track, you can port the song to multiple devices, assuming there is no DRM. SlotRadio tracks are stuck on the microSD card, which might as well be a CD.

SanDisk has announced the launch of four new slotRadio cards from Billboard that each feature 1,000 tracks. Each of the cards covers a different music genre and will sell for $39.99. The genres covered include rock, country, oldies, and Hip Hop/R&B.

Hands on: SanDisk slotRadio

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2009

Sansa slotRadio comes with 1,000 songsWe checked out Sandisk’s new slotRadio recently. As a refresher, this player comes with a microSD memory card slot so you can have your choice of pre-loaded music. The idea is that you can get it pre-loaded with Billboard hits cards that hold more than 1,000 tracks and buy other similar cards.

Did we like it? Did we hate it? Is it filled with useless songs that are all played out? You’re about to find out.

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SanDisk slotRadio shipping March 31st

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2009

Sansa slotRadio comes with 1,000 songsSanDisk will be shipping its slotRadio at the end of this month, so those looking for an MP3 player that doesn’t have an Apple logo can give it some love and see if it loves you back.

This player comes with a microSD memory card slot so you can have your choice of pre-loaded music. You can get it pre-loaded with Billboard hits cards that hold more than 1,000 tracks. Which means that for every song you like, there will be ten that you don’t.

Sansa slotRadio comes with 1,000 songs

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Sansa slotRadio comes with 1,000 songsIf you love music, but aren’t picky about what you specifically listen to, this one may be a good bet for your ears. It comes with 1,000 “hand picked” songs. Yeah I know this could spell disaster. Hopefully the songs were handpicked by someone in your age group, so you don’t end up with Britney Spears or Hannah Montana.

It comes with 1,000 songs “handpicked from the Billboard charts” coming on a microSD card for use with the player. If you get bored with those, you can get genre-specific 1,000 song bundles for $40 more. It’s a cool idea, which brings the cost of music down to 4 cents per song and it also cuts downloading out of the equation. The problem is most of the songs will probably be garbage. There’s also an FM radio integrated in there too.

Sansa outs new Fuze+ PMPs

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2010

Sansa has updated its Fuze PMP with the new Fuze+. This new device features a 2.4-inch LCD and comes in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB capacities, in red, white, purple, blue and black. The 16GB only comes in black.

The Fuze+ is compatible with slotRadio and all microSDHC cards that go along with it, will support all major file formats, and comes with a new user interface.

Hands On: Sansa Clip+

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2009

SanDisk Sansa Clip+ MP3 playerSanDisk sent us a complimentary Sansa Clip+ to check out. After using it for several days, we’re ready to share our thoughts on the device. The original Sansa Clip has been a popular choice where cheap mp3 players are concerned and the Sansa Clip+ is even better.

The design beats the original, with a larger capacity and better features. The first thing that you notice is how durable this thing is. Despite it’s tiny size, it looks and feels tough. It’s definitely more durable than your average mp3 player. And it feels natural in your hand.

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SanDisk Sansa Clip+ MP3 player

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2009

SanDisk Sansa Clip+ MP3 playerRemember slotRadio? SanDisk’s microSD cards that load into mp3 players? Well SanDisk has released the Clip+, another player that uses the strange format. So they haven’t given up yet. The Clip+ looks like your standard entry-level MP3 player and is an update to the original Clip.

It features an FM radio and 2GB to 8GB of storage, with prices ranging from $40 to $70, and you can navigate using it’s one inch OLED screen. If you like what you see, it will be available online tomorrow and appear in stores on September 13th.



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