Wearable MP3 player

Rival to iPod launched

SanDisk has introduced the Sansa Clip, a new wearable MP3 player about the size of a golf ball, designed to compete with Apple's iPod shuffle. The device comes in 1GB and 2GB models.

It integrates a wearable clip and unlike the iPod shuffle, it features an OLED display that lets users view playlists or songs sorted by title, artist, album and genre.

The Sansa Clip supports MP3, WAV, Audible and Windows Media Audio (WMA) file formats, but does not appear to work with AAC, the format used by Apple for iTunes, either protected with FairPlay DRM or unprotected (as iTunes Plus files are).

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