SanDisk Sansa Fuze+ Black ( 8 GB ) Digital Media Player
About this product
- Product InformationStore thousands of songs, videos, and images at your fingertips with the 8GB of internal storage within the SanDisk Sansa Fuze digital media player, which you can expand to up to 32GB with a SanDisk microSD. This player is compatible with high-fidelity audio file formats, such as WMA, AAC, and MP3 files, and also several photo file formats, including JPEG and BMP. TIFF, GIF, and PNG formats are also accessible by using a downloadable software. The 2.4-inch QVGA LCD screen in the player’s black frame displays videos in vivid detail. Additionally, browsing through media is a breeze with the touch controls integrated in the design. Take this feature-rich multimedia player with you everywhere, as it has a battery life of up to 24 hours for audio playback. You can even access radio stations via the integrated FM radio when you want to hear pop hits.
- ModelSansa Fuze+
- Storage Capacity8GB
- Audio Supported FormatsFLAC,MP3,OGG,Protected WMA,WAV,WMA,WMA (DRM)
- Video Supported FormatsH.264,MPEG-4,WMV
- Battery Run TimeUp to 24 Hours
- Exterior ColorBlack
Audio / Video Capabilities
- Screen Size2.4 Inch
- Width1.9 Inch
- Depth0.3 Inch
- Height3.1 Inch
- Weight2.1 Oz
- InterfacesUSB 2.0
- Additional FeaturesCard Reader,FM Radio,FM Stereo Tuner,Voice Recorder
- Supported Power SupplyRechargeable via USB cable
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-ion Polymer
- Storage TypeBuilt-in Memory,Micro SD Card
- Number Of Songs2000
Most relevant reviews
- rook56Mar 16, 2016by
easy to use
easy ro use, do nor need instructrions to figure out how to operate it. good features
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Used
- skywalker1962Mar 12, 2016by
Love it. little bigger than my previous one but it works great and is a great device. I actually now like the bigger screen......A+++
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Used
- 848774@deletedFeb 05, 2013by
I'm getting ready to order another one for my wife.
Love this little player. Does everything I wanted and more, great sound quality even with the supplied ear buds, for me I don't see a reason to buy an expensive replacement set.
The photo and video quality is very good, downloading music and photos is very easy but did take me just little bit to figure out how to get the eBooks loaded properly.
The touch screen is a bit sensitive but no problem for me, I just find what I want (music playlist or book) then press the handy dandy lock button and no worries, one more click and unlock it to go back to the menu. The pause is great for eBooks, pause it shut it off, power it back on and it resumes from exactly where I left off.
Battery life is exceptional, haven't had to purchase a card yet, I have lots of music and photos and a coupe of videos and only load one book at a time, listen to it remove it and add another one.
I could go on and on about the FM radio, the voice recorder, the perfect size, connectivity to soundbar or car stereo, the price but I think you have gotten the idea of how much I like this jewel, haven't found a downside yet.Read full review
- longtallshazApr 05, 2013by
Waste of money
I have persevered with this heap of * for too long already. It’s going in the bin and I’m buying a cheap Bush MP3 player. I already had the Sansa Fuze which was easy to use and did the job but after a couple of years, the battery wasn’t lasting very long so I bought the Fuze Plus. I wish I hadn’t. It takes about 10 seconds to boot up and load and comes on in pause mode, so you have to wait those 10 seconds and then press the play button. I also hate not having a positive touch to navigate around the menus. The menus are very difficult to get to, and it keeps getting stuck in a loop of the same 10 songs, or it picks a certain letter and only plays artists beginning with that letter. If you’re driving when it does that, you’re either stuck with it or you have to pull over to try to get it to rethink. Total rubbish.Read full review
- wspx472Mar 05, 2013by
Worthless! Don't buy this.
I bought this for my wife for Valentine's day. Her old player's battery had gone bad. I let it sit in a drawer for almost a month. My bad. I would have returned it if I had not already had it for 30 days when I finally tried to use it. AT first, I had to charge it for several hours. Then, my PC wouldn't recognize it until I downloaded and installed the special Sandisk software for it. I already had a micro SD card, so I put that in and began loading music. I stopped about half way to see how it worked. I couldn't find any of the music I had loaded. All I could find was the preloaded stuff which my wife didn't want. I found the touch screen input system very difficult to use. I remembered that some players want to work only with Windows Media Player so I tried loading some music using that. Windows Media player decided that I wanted to put all the music I had on my PC on the MP3 player. Several hours later I saw a message saying that there wasn't enough room to put the music. I tried to play some of what I had put and it didn't show up. The touch controls locked up and I couldn't get the player to do anything. I have decided to get my wife another player. This is about as poorly engineered as anything can get. I would not recommend it at any price. It just seems to be a poorly executed attempt at a bad idea from the get go.Read full review