Because your favorite songs always take you places, SanDisk has created the ultimate on-the-go music experience. As the newest addition to the acclaimed Sansa Clip product family, the Sansa Clip Zip boasts a bigger screen now with color, expandable memory card slot, added stopwatch, recordable FM radio, and is compatible with the DRM-free iTunes AAC music format. This feature-rich player is perfect to guide you to the finish or accompany you along your journey.
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Customer Reviews of Sandisk Sansa Clip Zip SDMX22-004G-A57K 4GB Media Player (Black)
Easy to use yet great sound
Sansa Clip, color display11/11/2013
beautiful condition, works perfectly. The larger screen is a nice update to the previous Clip models, and the larger internal memory is very helpful.
I love this mp3 player11/30/2012
I purchased two of these, one for myself and one as gift for one of my children. The price is good and I am able to add most of my music with the aide of a micro sd card. We use it all the time for workouts and traveling when everyone is sleeping and I do not want to disturb them.
This is the perfect mp3 player. The fact that you can expand the memory to 18+ GB with an inexpensive microSD card??? holy cow. I used my wife's iPod shuffle before this, and there is no comparision, really. Except that this is 20-30% cheaper, and 1000% better. This has a built in customizable equalizer, something which the ipod did not. It has a screen similar to many expensive ipods that help you navigate the simple menus, although it does not play video ( I don't watch video when I work out, run, or mow the lawn). Battery life is great, and this isn't much larger than the shuffle. Clips on in the same fashion, weighs just as much, and the sound quality is phenomenal. It is a USB plug and play, so you can just drop and drag files to it. SOOOOO easy. No proprietary garbage software to use, like i-tunes. There is an option to sync playlists and things with Windows Media Player, but I haven't, and won't care to try. I just load all my favorite songs and randomly play the music. And now with Windows 7..hehe...Mac will dwindle back to fan-boy status and they'll have to start making cheaper, less proprietary hardware and software, or they will never survive. I'm Robert, and I'm a PC :)