And so even after my brother loaded the Sony MP3 player with 1.5GB worth of pure emo music, he exchanged it with Sandisk’s Sansa e260 MP3 Player. I was able to get my hands on it last night. When I checked the mp3s loaded, it’s not pure emo music and so, I erased it and replaced it with 300 tracks. 😀
Obviously, it looks like an iPod Nano. It also has a scroll wheel but the difference lies in the technology behind them. In your typical genuine iPod, the scroll wheel can only be controlled by humans. Try using a plastic to scroll around your iPod and you would notice that it won’t move. This was demonstrated to me by my officemate earlier. 😀
Aside from having the capacity to play and store, music, videos and view and store photos, you can also listen to FM radio. Aside from this, there is a memory expansion slot (MicroSD). Thus, if you feel like storing more data, just get yourself a MicroSD. It also has a built-in voice recorder and on-the-fly FM recording. I tested the recorder yesterday and the file format of its output is WAV format. I’ll just have to test the voice recorder though 😀 . I have to check if it’s good enough for podcasting 😀 .