Sandisk Sansa Clip 1GB Review
Today we’re looking at a portable music player from SanDisk called the Sansa Clip. While SanDisk may not be first off your tongue when it comes to mp3 players, they know a thing or two about flash based storage so this one was worth a look. Read on to see just how much of a stir this one caused in the [DR] office.
First, a little bit about Sandisk.
“Founded in 1988 by Dr. Eli Harari, an internationally recognized authority on non-volatile memory technology, SanDisk has grown to become the world’s largest supplier of innovative flash memory data storage products.
With flash memory’s capability for storing large amounts of data in a compact, removable format, SanDisk’s products have helped drive the exponential growth in sales of digital cameras, multi-function mobile phones, USB flash drives, digital audio/video players, and other digital consumer devices.
SanDisk currently has approximately 780 issued U.S. patents, and more than 400 foreign patents, and is the only company, worldwide, that has the rights to both manufacture and sell every major flash card format, including CompactFlash®, SD™, miniSD™, microSD™, MultiMediaCard™, Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC™ ), Memory Stick PRO™ and related Memory Stick® products, xD-Picture Card™ and USB flash drives.”