CES 2007: SanDisk introduces 1GB MP3 player for US$60

SanDisk on January 9 unveiled two new MP3 players, the price-friendly Sansa Express and the Wi-Fi support Sansa Connect Sansa Connect, at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2007 at Las Vegas. Sansa Express supports 1GB embedded memory and an external microSD cards (up to 2GB). A total of 750 four-minute songs (at 128kbps) could be stored on the device. The pack of gum-sized device has dimensions of 0.99×3.09×64 (inches). The suggested MSRP (manufacturer's suggested retail price ) is US$59.99 and the device will be available in March at the US and Europe.

SanDisk also introduced its first Wi-Fi supporting MP3 player (Sansa Connect) during CES. Sansa Express comes with a 4GB embedded memory density and supports microSD cards for external use. The suggested price is set at US$249.99 and it will be available for the US market in March

News source: DigiTimes

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