Sansa Express fits any budget, $60 for a gig!

sansa express mp3 playerIf you haven’t already bought an iPod or any other MP3 player, you are pretty far behind the times, but don’t fret, all is not lost. Sansa has released its Express MP3 player that is designed specifically for those who don’t want to spend a large amount of money. It comes with 1GB of built-in flash storage, but if a gig isn’t quite enough for you, it also has a microSD slot so that you can expand to whatever you feel you need. It is scheduled to be released in the US and Europe March 2007 for $59.99. Even though it is probably one of the cheapest extra small form factor MP3 players on the market right now (it is about the size of a pack of gum), Sansa has been able to pack in the features. The Express plugs directly into your USB 2.0 port and is able to charge and transfer data straight through that. It also has a 1.1� bright OLED screen which is perfect for saving precious battery life (currently rated at around 16 hours). It has a built in digital FM tuner with recording ability, and it can recording your voice with a built-in microphone. As far as supported file formats go the Express supports MP3, WMA, protected WMA, WAV, and Audible files. It is hard to believe that Sansa is making any money from this, but because of the constanly dropping prices in manufacturing goods, we should be able to see many more MP3 players at this price with this level of quality. — Nik Gomez

Sansa Express MP3 player [via Gadgetell]

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