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SanDisk unveils ultra sleek Sansa Fuze.

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SanDisk Corporation, a leading seller of MP3 players, has unveiled its latest offering - Sansa Fuze, a stylish, multi-faceted, sleek and slim model.

The Fuze is a standout for its slim, 0.3 inch size fitting in your smallest jean pocket and its selection of attractive colors, prices and memory capacities.

With eye-catching design and easy-to-use affordability, the models come in trendy electric blue, red, pink and silver, as well as classic black. The prices range from $79.99 for 2GB (holds 500 MP3 songs), $99.99 for 4GB (1,000 MP3 songs), and $129.99 for 8GB (2,000 MP3 songs).

A distinguishing feature of the Fuze is its microSD card slot, which gives consumers the ability to not only expand the playerCOs storage capacity, but also quickly add content onto their device by managing content libraries (i.e. albums) on separate microSD cards.

This also makes it easy to transfer content from their Sansa MP3 player to their mobile phone, or even their computer, said a Sandisk official.

C[pounds sterling]The flash-based Sansa Fuze rounds out the Sansa product family as our compact middleweight MP3 player, joining the popular, tiny Sansa Clip and video-centric Sansa View already available in the region,C[yen] says Tareq Husseini, sales director SanDisk Mediterranean, Middle East & Africa.

C[pounds sterling]ItCOs convenient for all consumers to use because it is software independent, working with Linux, Mac and Windows,C[yen] he added.

It has a voice recorder, a bright, 1.9C[yen]color screen, and a convenient scratch-proof backing, and it supports playback of a wide range of popular music formats such as MP3, WAV, Audible (for audio books) and Windows Media Audio (WMA), in both unprotected and protected files.

It also gives users access to subscription download services from numerous sources, including Rhapsody, eMusic and others. Its internal rechargeable battery will play up to 24 hours of audio and five hours of video between charges.- TradeArabia News Service

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Publication:TradeArabia (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Jul 20, 2008
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