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SanDisk Sansa 1GB Shaker MP3 Player – Red

SanDisk Sansa 1GB Shaker - Red

Check out this great little MP3 player, the SanDisk Sansa 1GB Shaker- Red FREE BUDGET SHIPPING Only $19.99

SanDisk introduces the Sansa Shaker. It’s a fun and easy to use MP3 player designed for kids and families.

The Sansa Shaker features many ways to listen to and share songs. It comes with a built-in speaker so they can listen to music without ear buds, play your favorite music, and listen with your friends & family. Plus it comes with two headphone jacks, so, two children can listen at once. You also have the ability to add an SD card loaded with your favorite songs, or swap cards with your friends.

Changing songs on the Sansa Shaker is a snap – or rather, a “shake”. You can impress your friends by shaking the device to jump to the next song, or use the colorful controller bands for forward and backward changing as well to manipulate volume.


  • Easy to use MP3 player
  • Strong sounding built in Speaker
  • SD Card slot
  • Features two headphone jacks for sharing music
  • Fun interactive MP3 player via Shake feature and navigation bands
  • Very affordable MP3 player

Get it now!

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Jimmy Daniels - May 16, 2008 at 2:08 am

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Sony and Sandisk Team Up

Sony and Sandisk have teamed up to new hybrid memory stick, from,

a SanDisk and Sony Memory Stick mash-up called the Memory Stick Micro or the hipper sounding ?M2″. We say: Shouldn’t the real name have been the SanStick? Or does thats sound too much like a non-stick frying pan?

SanDisk Corporation and Sony Corporation today announced the development of the Memory Stick Micro format, an ultra-small IC recording media designed to meet the growing storage needs of highly compact, multifunctional mobile phones. Licensing for the development of Memory Stick Micro compatible hardware will begin October 3, 2005.

Memory Stick Micro media is approximately one-quarter the size of Memory Stick PRO Duo media, yet only about 1.2 mm thick. The media’s edges are slotted lengthwise to allow for more slim-line designed connectors to reduce space in host devices. As dual-voltage media, Memory Stick Micro supports devices operating at 3.3 volts and 1.8 volts. More from the press release here.

I’m sure we are close to the end of seeing hard drives in lots of stuff, like Apple iPods for example, as memory technology keeps getting better, it’s surely the right way to go.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Jimmy Daniels - October 3, 2005 at 2:51 pm

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