Design The e looks identical to the e, with an iPod-esque vertical orientation, mechanical backlit scroll wheel and glossy black casing. The player lacks Asian text support when displaying song names and artists,  but users can patch the firmware to add support. It is swall and portable and connects easily to the computer. The left side features a dedicated recording button for capturing voice and FM radio, and the top of the e houses the headphone socket, hold switch and a pinhole-sized microphone. These tiny bits of metal provide hope to those who have been burned by faulty iPod batteries, as they mean that the battery can be replaced without needing to trek to a service centre.
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It is not possible to simply copy videos to the device, even if they seem to be in the correct format; trying to access them displays an error message.
Any Condition Any Condition. The player lacks Asian text support when displaying song names and artists,  but users can patch the firmware to add support. A formidable threat to the original iPod Nanothe 8GB e looked impressive for its list of features, memory expansion slot and black-and-neon-blue design.
It is small and easy to use. Battery life I have found to be really good as long as the 20hrs suggested by Sansa. The e is the latest in SanDisk’s Sansa e series, which created a stir with an anti-iPod marketing campaign that portrayed owners of the little white player as mindless sheep and monkeys. People who bought this also bought. It has all the features and enough room at 8gb and an expansion slot.
I think over all this is a great buy. It syncs up with the computer very easily.
Multiple ways of transferring files to the player. Last one Free shipping. Pages using deprecated image syntax. Version 1 has firmware beginning One introduces a 0. Retrieved from ” https: Upgrading to later firmware versions, V A flash player with 10GB of memory overall — not too shabby.
SanDisk Sansa e280 Black ( 8 GB ) Digital Media Player
The Sansa series media player is a simple elegant package that would fit most users needs. For unknown reasons, the order of tracks on a given album play in alphabetical order, seriously disrupting the continuity of the listening experience.
Don’t show this again. Comparative weak output volume, e. I would definitely suggest this to some first time MP3 buyers. A feature-packed model with a simple, elegant design, the player impressed us with its sharp-looking video, simple drag-and-drop software interface and attractive price.
Not a prohibitive design issue, but when you’ve been spoiled by Apple’s simple iPod layouts, you become picky. The Sansa eR was released in October But, on paper at least, the e still has the edge in terms of specifications. Also on the back are four little sana that hold the back-plate in place.
I bought this item because the seller big thanks had said it is version one, so RockBox capable. SanDisk released a version 2 of the e series in December with internal hardware different from the first version.
SanDisk Sansa e (8GB) review: SanDisk Sansa e (8GB) – CNET
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See all 2 brand new listings. On the bottom is the proprietary port for USB connection and charging. The standard firmware for e models with version 1 hardware is not compatible with the newer microSDHC format generally 4GB and higher ; Rockbox firmware adds this support.