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Old 02-19-2012, 04:19 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by jehane View Post
Thanks Andrew and tubemonkey, that's useful to know. Interesting that the Overdrive site lists the ipods as compatible with wma files - I assumed that meant they were able to be natively played.

Sansa clip+/zip it is! Now to find out where I can get one...
You're welcome. I'd recommend getting one of the 4GB models. Amazon has both:The Clip Zip is a bit more versatile. Audiobooks are easier to access because SanDisk created a separate folder for them on the main menu. On the Clip+, the audiobook folder is buried inside the music folder and was always a pain to access.

Other features the Zip has that the Clip+ doesn't:
  • native support for non-DRM AAC files
  • 1.1" color display for album art only
  • micro USB port (vs mini USB for Clip+)
  • built-in stopwatch
  • main menu audiobook/podcast folder
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