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Product Review: Sansa slotRadio is a groovy concept, but not for everyone

Hey folks -- sorry for not posting on the blog for a few days. Things got a little hectic in Bridget World, but I'm back now! Here's a review that I did the other week on the Sansa slotRadio. It's loaded with tons of songs, but it operates in the same sense that Internet radio works -- you can only skip forward and you can't save the songs to your computer.

Seems like it would be good for someone who likes all sorts of music but doesn't want to deal with downloading songs -- and more slot radio cards are available to buy for $39.99 each.

Watch my video below to get a better idea of how it works. It's not for everyone, but if you like the concept, you might want to consider getting a Sansa Fuze, which plays slot radio cards and also operates like a normal mp3 player.


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