A wide range of formats including MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV are among the best features in Clip Jam. The SanDisk Clip Jam is cheap enough to justify buying it just for the gym. For just $40 this super lightweight music player and it works with both PCs and Macs. It’s not as sleek as the tiny iPod Shuffle, it’s small, but it’s cheaper than both Apple music players.
|PRODUCT NAME||Clip Jam MP3 Player|
|RELEASE DATE||May 2015|
|PRODUCT DIMENSIONS||0.6 x 1.6 x 2.6 in.|
|COLOR||Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Orange|
|ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION||No|
|BATTERY LIFE||18 to 20 hours|
|INPUTS/OUTPUTS||Charging and data transfer via USB cable|
The SanDisk MP3 Player also has a feature which has never been used by Apple iPod: a microSD card expansion slot. You can use this to increase its built-in 8 GB capacity by an additional 64 GB. There’s no cloud of streaming music, but it’s far more space than the Shuffle (2 GB) and Nano (16 GB) offerings.
To transfer your music you don’t have to use iTunes — just drag and drop your music files. The sound quality of the Clip Jam doesn’t compete with expensive high-resolution music players. Besides MP3, WMA, WAV, and AAC files are compatible. Yet it does not operate with music providers for subscriptions.
This SanDisk Clip Jam features a low-resistance screen that lets you play all of your music, podcasts and audible books and FM radio station. With the right playlist, if you want to load some of your favorite tracks, the SanDisk Clip Jam is an inexpensive, user-friendly alternative to the iPod Shuffle.
The Clip Jam’s almost 20-hour battery life significantly surpassed the time the device was using. It’s a long time since we didn’t care about a charge. The variety of features and durability that Clip Jam has for under $40, will not be found on too many other devices.
Long Battery Life