Sansa Connect

Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not stated
Operating System: Windows
Latest Version / Release Date: Not stated / 2007

Windows device driver information for Sansa Connect

Sansa connect is an MP3 player produced by SanDisk. It is Wi-Fi enabled and can link to whichever open network in a given region. This device is based on Mono/Linux and is a successor to the SanDisk e200 series. Unlike the e200 series, it cannot tune FM radios or connect through the USB mass storage. It has a capacity of 4 GB but the storage capacity can be expanded through use of microSD cards which can give a player an additional capacity of up to 2 GB. The Sansa Connect is of an advanced design and has a lovely interface which is user- friendly. The device also has an external speaker which is in- built and is used for sharing as many tunes as the user wishes. The Wi-FI capability enables the user to have free access to internet radio as well as the complete music catalog from Yahoo subject to user subscription.

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With Sansa connect, the user is able to browse Flckr's photo catalog online and can also wirelessly download any tracks that he or she desires. Others features of Sansa connect include community connections through the internet, music as well as photo playback, Lithium-ion battery, backlit controls which are easy to use and enable fast navigation of the device interface and community connections through the internet. It also has a universal connector which is multi- pin, battery charging as well as USB 2.0 connectivity. Sansa connect has a sleek design and comes with a 2.2” TFT screen (color) that facilitates easy viewing. However, this device also has its downside. For instance, it cannot communicate with the PC wirelessly and cannot get through some Wi-FI networks pages while there are some private networks which can cause problems. Also, the battery life leaves a lot to be desired. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Sansa Connect errors before installing any driver updates.