SanDisk Clip Sport
Do they still make good old-fashioned MP3 players? The answer is "yes" -- and the new-for-2014 SanDisk Clip Sport does a good job of distinguishing itself from iPods, including the Nano, which costs three times as much. No, the Clip Sport doesn't play nice with iTunes -- you'll need to drag and drop your music files -- but for many of us, not having to boot up iTunes is actually a feature, not a drawback. The SanDisk Clip Sport also includes a small color screen, an FM radio, a lap timer, and a surprisingly decent set of earbuds. It's available in a variety of colors for $40 (4GB) or $50 (8GB) -- and even includes a microSD expansion slot for even more music. Not too shabby for the price, and perfect for joggers who want to leave the smartphone at home.
February 14, 2014 2:48 PM PST
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