Technology moves and it moves fast. One day you’re feeling like hot stuff because you’re the only guy strutting around with a beige cell phone that’s the size of a brick and the next day all of your friends are laughing at you because you’ve got no idea what a Bluetooth headset is.
Nobody wants to get left behind, but with new technological marvels hitting store shelves every day, how are you supposed to figure out what smart phone is right for you or which personal media player won’t make you look like a total dork? There’s only one way, watching Gadget Pr0n with the one man who can keep you from being left in the digital dust, Wil O’Neal.
Today, Wil is going to review the Sansa Express.
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Micro SD Expansion slot lets you have up to 4 more gigs of storage
No Cables to worry about
Plugs right into your computer, TV or other USB port
Decent FM radio
It’s got a nice 4-Line OLED screen
Don’t expect to see album art or photos, because it’s not for the iPod devotee
Menus are a bit difficult to navigate at first
Compatible with most music subscription services like Rhapsody, Yahoo, etc.
Doesn’t drain power, so you can get upwards of 15 hours of battery life
Retails for $59.99 or $79.99 on the official website