Sansa C250 MP3 Player ReviewBosco - April 24, 2008
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So where does this product stand, you ask? Well, it works great for the five demo songs on it, but it's a little overpriced at $100 for demo songs and the Media Converter Software. As for as I am concerned, Sandisk should be ashamed of themselves, three units on five different computers, come on. You cannot tell me there is not a problem and brush it off like it's nothing. Was it a bad batch? Was it a bad product? I will never know because I never could get one to work. For tech support to not want to help me at first and to try and turn it onto Microsoft was just disturbing. After listening to the store's complaints about how they were treated and knowing how I was treated until I identified myself gives me the impression that Sandisk does not give a crap about anyone but themselves. Personally, if I were in tech support and I had a call like this, I would go and get someone to look into it. He couldn't wait to get off the phone with me, he didn't try and stop me at all, which again makes me wonder. I do not know of anyone with this unit who has it working. If you do have this unit, feel free to give me some of your feedback on it.
So what did I do in the end? I bought an RCA player instead, and guess what, it connected first time with no driver required.
What about Sandisk and their product called Sansa? I really don't know, to be honest. As for this product, it's a definite no, for sure. In my testing, it just did not work as advertised.
- Demo songs sounded great
- No drivers
- Doesn't work, except for demo songs