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Old 02-06-2009, 09:05 AM
MannishBoy MannishBoy is offline
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Default Express vs Clip for Audiobooks/Podcasting

I've seen some really cheap prices on the Express. I'm pretty happy with my Clip for audiobooks, but have been tempted to pick up an Express to give me another small player that I might just load up with Podcasts since I seem to be seeing the 2GBs for around $10 on occasion online.

Does the Express function like the Clip in how it handles books (allowing you to resume files in "audiobook" or "podcast" folders, etc)?

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Old 02-06-2009, 10:13 AM
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Sandisk is not talking about any product by that name. Perhaps the Express is not something the company is making any longer and what you are looking at is a re-sell or a re-furbished one. The current Sandisk Sansa products are: Clip, Fuze, View, SlotMusic and SlotRadio.
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Old 02-06-2009, 10:16 AM
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Sandisk is not talking about any product by that name. Perhaps the Express is not something the company is making any longer and what you are looking at is a re-sell or a re-furbished one. The current Sandisk Sansa products are: Clip, Fuze, View, SlotMusic and SlotRadio.

I know that. But Sansa themselves are selling out their stock of Expresses on their own website. It's discontinued, but that doesn't mean all the players in the pipeline have magically ceased to exist.
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