SanDisk announced Monday the availability of the 8GB Sansa e280, the world’s largest capacity flash memory MP3 player. With a 2GB extension via SD memory card, the device can hold 10GB of music (roughly 2500 songs), the most storage currently available for this type of device.
Simultaneously, SanDisk is lowering the price of its other e200 series players, making the price of their 2GB Sansa e250 model as low as $139.99.
Eric Bone, director of audio/video product marketing at SanDisk, explains, “The most costly ingredient in a flash-based MP3 player is the flash memory. Since we make the flash memory, we essentially remove the middleman and pass that savings directly to the consumer.”
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