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Sandisk Sansa Clip (CES 2008)

 - Jan 8, 2008
References: sandisk & blog.wired
This Sandisk Sansa Clip is an MP3 player capable of creating its own flash memory. Sandisk is calling it, "The Tiny Wearable MP3 Player with BIG Sound!"

The tiny gadget was unveiled at CES 2008 in Las Vegas this week and weighs only 0.9 ounces. As seen in the image, it's about as tall as two nickels side by side. Miraculously, the OLED-screened device is still capable of holding 4GB of memory!

It's set to hit stores by February and for the ridiculously low price of only about $79.

Like Wired said, it "looks like something Lindsay Lohan would carry around as a portable cocaine surface."

I would lose this thing in a heartbeat. Even by padding down your coats, you wouldn't notice it was in there.