I have owned and listened to a variety of mp3 players and this is the best so far. The feature count is high and the quality of the build is good. Package content includes 8Gb Sana Fuse, in ear headphones, USB transfer/charger cable, protective slip for the player and user manual. The following is a break down of the features:
Video - the screen is small but clear and bright and though I did not buy it for the video capabilities I was pleasantly surprised. The media conversion software (once downloaded from the Sansa website) was easy to use. Compression of the picture is high but does not matter too much on such a small screen. The audio is also compressed in the process and that detracts a little from the overall experience.
Photos - Ideally the media conversion software should again be used for max compatibility. The results fit the screen well and the images are sharp.
Voice recording - Simple and effective. The recording is clear and the microphone picks up conversations from several meters away.
Radio - The reception is very good though sometimes best listened to in mono to remove the background hiss completely. Tuning and presets are easy to use. As yet I have not used the radio recording feature.
Music - This is what I got the player for. There are loads of facilities which are easy to navigate, but the crux of the matter is how it sounds. The answer is very good (when used on the 'normal' equaliser settings). The sound is open and clear with good detail. Bass is well extended but lacks some punch. One surprising find was that the bundled headphones are not bad at all, certainly better than I have come across before. However a better sound was to be had with my Sennheiser CX55 earbuds which are excellent.
To get the most from the player it is worth downloading the latest version of the firmware from the Sansa website. In summary you have an 8Gb player with extendable memory, good build, good sound and loads of other features, all for a lot less than other players. Nothing else comes close really.