SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip, 4GB
Ideal for joggers, commuters, and other active music listeners, the Sansa Clip Zip delivers on-the-go music. This compact MP3 player is loaded with premium features, including an integrated FM radio, built in voice recorder, stop watch, and compatibility with a wide range of digital audio formats from nearly every source including AAC for DRM-free iTunes. And thanks to an innovative clip design, the player attaches easily to your clothing, so you can take it wherever you go.
- Plays music, audiobooks, and podcasts
- FM radio and Voice Recording
- New stopwatch feature
- Plays content from nearly every source (MP3, WMA, secure WMA, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC)
- AAC for DRM-free iTunes compatibility
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