The Sansa Connect Wi-Fi-enabled player we saw earlier this year is already getting a $100 price drop down to the pretty awesome price of $149. If you remember, the 4GB player lets you share your music with strangers like the Zune does, but it also lets you download unlimited Yahoo music right from the device as well.…
You know the Apocalypse is near when you read Walt's buddy Katherine Boehret saying this in today's The Mossberg Solution column:
David Pogue of the NY Times saw so much potential in the Sansa Connect, the Wi-Fi music player that can tap into Yahoo's big online database without a PC in sight. But it disappointed him. And you know what happens when daddy is disappointed. Spankings.
There's a new kid on the MP3 block, and just like the Zune, it's a player sporting Wi-Fi. The $250 4GB Sandisk Sansa Connect not only allows you to share your torrid musical preferences with dirty strangers on the subway, it also enables you to download unlimited Yahoo! music for $15 without the cords.
Here's a two-minute unadulterated feed of the newest Sansa doing its thing. Watch me get fingerprints all over the shiny screen as I wake it up, browse through featured tracks, download one, and then play it, all for your viewing pleasure.
Whether or not it has the chops to dethrone that other player is still unknown, but one thing's certain, Sansa's new Connect is mighty slick for its diminutive size. The folks at Wired got first dibs on one of the players and despite a few setbacks (cheap plastic feel, can't sync wirelessly with a PC for…
CES is so
hungover, and all that's left for journalists to do during this tech lull is to sit around and write up their "best of" lists for CES. But since our Frankenreview is about collecting product reviews and sifting through the opinions for consensus, what better to review than the best of what was reviewed at…
We gave you a hands-on with the Zing player back in September, and Zing was still looking for a home for its device. The home has been found. Introducing the SanDisk Sansa Connect. It is the same as the Zing player we have talked about, but it has a new name. It will be available in late march for $250.