08-19-2016 04:29 PM
I've gone through many different MP3 devices but always return to the robust & intuitive shaped K.I.S.S. M250.
After it was discontinued I purchased a lot of white box M250s and gave them away years ago. Every person I gifted them to has
told me that although they were disappointed because it wasn't an IPOD they only use the M250 today while the IPOD gathers
dust in a drawer.
NIB M250s are getting bought for 150+US$ on Amazon and on eBay bidding wars occur.
Why? Because it is still the best.
I can operate mine with it in my pocket, the sound is fantastic and the FM & REC extras are handy.
BRING IT BACK!!!!!
11-05-2016 10:58 PM - edited 11-05-2016 10:59 PM
No, Sandisk never made a music player that uses a AA battery. Sandisk did make some that used a AAA battery though. There was at least one player maker that did make a player that ran on one AA battery. The player i remember got around 40 hours of battery life. I would love to be able to buy a decent player that runs on a AA or a AAA battery and has a card slot.. It would be great when used with Eneloop rechargeables, and I could carry some spare batterues.