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SanDisk debuts newly designed Sansa Fuze+ PMPs

post #1 of 32
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http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/31/sansa-debuts-newly-designed-fuze-pmps/

post #2 of 32

It's cheap, but I'm not impressed

post #3 of 32

$119 is quite cheap for a 16gb upgradeable DAP with Flac support, and the price will probably lower than the MSRP when it is released. However, I don't really see any need to upgrade from the Fuze I have already.  They didn't add any of the features I wanted, and it's disappointing that they keep promoting slotRadio and insisting that a 2.4" screen is good for watching videos. 

post #4 of 32

16 Gb of space and a 24h battery life is dissapointing as well
 

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Originally Posted by Aslan123 View Post

$119 is quite cheap for a 16gb upgradeable DAP with Flac support, and the price will probably lower than the MSRP when it is released. However, I don't really see any need to upgrade from the Fuze I have already.  They didn't add any of the features I wanted, and it's disappointing that they keep promoting slotRadio and insisting that a 2.4" screen is good for watching videos. 

post #5 of 32

SlotRadio is definitely a fail. The SlotMusic cards, if they had been FLAC, might have been worth considering, but SLotRadio, no way.

post #6 of 32

Everything I saw was a step backwards.

 

1) No physical buttons other then volume rocker.

 

2) No dock for LOD anymore.  Having the mini-usb is alright, but the benefit of the LOD is better.

post #7 of 32

Oh, no, it looks like Samsung Q2. That awful touch control - I hope not.

 

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Edited by david1978jp - 8/31/10 at 12:50pm
post #8 of 32

I, for one, hope for higher capacity players soon enough, with better battery life :)

post #9 of 32

What a dumb move on Sansa's part. They completely ignored the features that the Fuze excelled at, and instead tried to jump on the iPod flashiness bandwagon with a slick new skin. Really disappointiong.

post #10 of 32

Are you sure it doesn't measure blood glucose levels?

post #11 of 32

Read the title... Was excited to see what the Fuze+ would be like...

 

Read the article... Am now disappointed...

 

I'll be keeping my original Fuze until it dies. I love it... even if my friends don't really like it since they're used to iPods.

post #12 of 32

lets cry

post #13 of 32
According to ABI this thing should cure cancer,get rid of world hunger and be a free energy source all because lord knows it will have a flat RMAA graph
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Originally Posted by travisg View Post

According to ABI this thing should cure cancer,get rid of world hunger and be a free energy source all because lord knows it will have a flat RMAA graph


Lol.  I guess that means it will sound better than the last Sansas that had flat RMAA graphs.

post #15 of 32

Damn the price actually looks pretty good.

Too bad it had to come with capacitive touch controls.

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