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The very attractive, sleek design includes a 1.8" TFT color screen with advanced navigational features and an easy to use interface. You can also avoid scratches and cracks with the durable Liquidmetal backing. The Sansa e200 provides superior sound playback and supports Microsoft PlaysForSure subscription music. The SanDisk Media Converter supports most image formats to enjoy photos and small personal videos.
The Sansa e200 provides a microSD card slot for content portability and additional capacity with your 2GB, 4GB, 6GB or 8GB players.
I bought the Sansa e250 and 8GB memory card as recommended. The card did not work. I have called the sansa technical support team 6 times in 10 days to try and resolve the issue. Read morePublished on 4 Jan 2011 by Clark
I've had this player now for a week. I have owned one other mp3 player but play music through many different devices, like computer and xbox and garmin gps (plays music as superb... Read morePublished on 8 Oct 2007 by J. STOLL
This product is the best that i have bought out of all my mp3 players!
This product is basically an ipod but in an mp3 player, but without games and maybe other... Read more
this is a good little machine but it would have to be the most unreliable machine on the planet. They are tempremental but as long as you dont sneeze near it, it will work... Read morePublished on 14 Aug 2007 by Nicholas J. Coe
I'm very annoyed since this my second player and the second time it has broken. The title screen is stuck on the words SanDisk and won't move. Read morePublished on 18 Jun 2007 by G. Richards
I've had my Sansa e250 for a few weeks and I am massively impressed. Having never owned an ipod I can't compare but this certainly ticks all the boxes for me. Read morePublished on 30 May 2007 by S. Bristow
I've had the e250 for a while but I broke it (the titanium casing is no match for dropping it then accidentally standing on it. oops. Read morePublished on 8 May 2007 by D. Bowes