Sansa Fuze Shows Up on Amazon

sansa fuze red Sansa Fuze Shows Up on Amazon

A few days ago we showed you the first glimpse of the Sansa Fuze after a forum member had been snooping around the Internet. The Sansa Fuze has now been spotted available for pre-order on Amazon, while there still has been no official word from SanDisk

As we speculated, the Fuze will have both radio and video, and it will also have a microSDHC slot for expansion and a 1.9″ screen to view it all. Battery life is rated at 24 hours for audio and 5 hours for video. The Fuze is listed in both black, pink and red, and from the leaked accessory kit we know a blue version is also coming. The only model listed is the 4GB priced at $99, but we expect more capacities to be available once it’s official.

[ Product Page via DAPreview ]

5 Comments

dragnandy on March 10, 2008 8:18 PM

a definate ipod nano killer/competitor. but what is with sandisk and micro-sd cards? SD cards are much better. well i guess in this case, micro-sd cards are better because their smaller, but stuff like the view, they should have had SD.

Chowdder on March 10, 2008 10:57 PM

If this has the same sound quality as the clip then it is a must buy. I mean 4GB at $99 with all the features? that’s a steal!

english on March 11, 2008 1:31 AM

ipod nano 3gen or sansa fuze? that isn’t even a question for it is completely obvious that the Fuze is going to perform better.it’s like the ipod nano 2gen and the e200. you got more in the sansa for much less.good work sandisk – cant wait to get hold of it (if it is UMS that is).

dragnandy on March 11, 2008 2:33 AM

and from the looks of the picture, maybe its just the angle, but the fuse looks like it has good build quality like the ipod nanos, looks like hard metal-looking shell. if the fuse has great build quality, then the ipod nano has nothing against this.

Zoodar on March 11, 2008 6:25 AM

So I guess this one is gonna replace the e200 series? Since this one apparently can do everything the e200′s can, but better. I’m curious about the sound quality. But I think that the design is too obvious as a direct Nano competitor. Oh well, we’ll see how it turns out.

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