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Monday, 27 August 2007 06:55

Sandisk to release iPod Shuffle beater

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Should be Creative Zen Stone as well

Sandisk is about to release another MP3 player, the minisule Sansa Clip, which should go up against the iPod Shuffle and the Zen Stone.

It might not be the smallest MP3 player on the market, but it's not far off and with features such as a built in OLED display, 15h of battery life and three colours to choose from it should be a hit.

Other features include FM radio with recording, although this might not make it on the European models, voice recorder and support for WMA and MP3 files as well as Audible audio books.

The Sansa Clip will come in 1 and 2GB flavours and these are priced at US$40 and US$60 respecively. Availability should be some time towards the end of September.

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