Clip Zip Lightning Review: So Tiny, So CheapBrent Rose8/24/11 10:31amFiled to: AudioMusiclightning reviewPMPMp3 PlayersJogging58EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWhile the once lush forrest of MP3 players is now a bone-filled, arid desert, there are still a few survivors. One of these hearty few is SanDisk with their Clip series.AdvertisementLikeYou'd forget you were wearing it if you didn't have earbuds in, so it's a fantastic running or gym player. A lot of bells and whistles for something so small, including a stopwatch (with lap timer). Also: FM radio, voice recorder, microSD expandable storage, and it plays all of the major audio formats. Easy to drag music onto it via the Mini USB port. Decent sound (if you have some decent earbuds). Excellent battery life. Cheeeeap.AdvertisementNo LikeIf you shake the Sansa Zip, something rattles a little inside. This probably shouldn't happen. When you're running, the small (1.1 inch) low-res screen is very hard to read, and it's quite dim which makes it pretty bad in bright sunlight. Not waterproof/sweat-proof. (Why not? It should be.) Its tiny processor is pretty wimpy—tinkering with the stopwatch while listening to music caused my track to skip. (Right in the middle of Busta's flow. You do not do that!).