SanDisk Sansa Fuze 8GB

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SanDisk Sansa Fuze 8GB
Creative’s 8GB Zen is the leading alternative, but it lacks the luxury finish of Apple’s nano. SanDisk’s Fuze comes much closer to that quality feel.

There’s a polished black front and a soft-touch rubberised rear and this, coupled with its excellent mechanical clickwheel system, makes it a pleasure to use. It’s expandable – you can add memory with a microSD card – and there’s a decent FM tuner that lets you pre-set your 40 favourite stations and external mic, too.

It’s not perfect, though: sound quality is on the harsh side; and the price, while reasonable, isn’t quite cheap enough to replace either the Zen or nano in our affections.
SanDisk Sansa Fuze 8GB
4 6
Verdict
There are more iPod nano challengers on the market than we’d care to mention, but not many put up too much of a fight, except this one.
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This review appeared in the October, 2008 issue of PC & Tech Authority Magazine
Copyright © Alphr, Dennis Publishing
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