Back in October we reported on the SanDisk Sansa m200, a 4GB flash MP3 player that cost $50 less then the Nano. SanDisk has decided to step it up a notch quality wise, and introduced the Sansa e200, a 6GB MP3 player with a color screen, and video and photo playback. The e200 plays PlaysForSure subscription music as well as WMA files. The Sansa e200 is reinforced with something SanDisk calls a “Strong Liquidmetal back casing,” which apparently “provides excellent durability and scratch resistance,” (iPod Nano issues apparently sells). The device’s screen is a mere 1.8″ (squint), can record FM radio, and measures 1.7β? wide x 3.5β? long x 0.5β? high. The device is also available in 2GB and 4GB sizes, and a MicroSD card can be inserted for additional memory.
More info at SanDisk.
No word on price or availability.