Wednesday, February 20, 2008

My new MP3 player

I know this doesn't have to do with food but I just bought a new mp3 player and it is so sweet I had to tell you about it. It's called the Sansa Clip and it's perfect for working out in between eating cupcakes and Chinese food. It's so light and tiny that you can clip it to your t-shirt when running and not feel a thing. You can load music and audiobooks and it even has an FM tuner with 40 programmable pre-sets. Plus it has a voice recorder should you need it. The only downside of this player is it only holds 2 mg, but that's about 500 songs and enough for me.

The best thing about it for me is that it works with Rhapsody to Go. This is a music services that lets you put any music you want onto specific devices (like this one) for a monthly subscription price of $15. If you usually buy one CD a month, then it's totally worth it. You can listen to new music to see if you like it before buying or find old tunes you had forgotten about. They even have Rhapsody channels, a mix of songs you can download based on genres or artists you like.. it's a great way to find new music. If you want to listen to unlimited tunes on your computer, that's just $10 a month. There are even ways to stream it to your stereo with special wireless adapters and other devices. Check it out!