Here is another example when you talk about pre-medidated murder – the Sansa Express looks set to do a number on the 2G iPod Shuffle sales if the specifications are anything to go by. In addition to the direct USB connector, you get a quad-line OLED display, an integrated FM tuner, voice recording capabilities courtesy of the built-in microphone, 1GB of internal memory along with a microSD card slot to further expand your storage space. File format support includes MP3 and protected WMA. With a battery life of 15 hours and a $59.99 retail price, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Sansa Express will definitely prove itself to be a worthy opponent to the overhyped but well-marketed Shuffle 2G.
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