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Sansa e260R

Tools

These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.

Identification and Background ¶ 

The Sansa e260R was released by SanDisk as a high-capacity flash player in 2006. It can hold music, video and photo files and as a member of the e200R series, it has Rhapsody support and the ability to play WMA and RAX ACC files. This device includes a removable battery, a Micro SD expansion slot and a 1.8 inch color screen. The small, sleek design that provides a user-friendly interface is a strong competitor in the media player market.

On the back of the Sansa e260R is a series of engravings reading SanDisk, 4.0 GB, and Sansa. The trait that differs between the Sansa e260 and the e260R is the Rhapsody engraving on the back.

Troubleshooting ¶ 

For solutions to problems with your Sansa e260R, visit our Sansa e260R Troubleshooting Page.

Technical Specs ¶ 

Battery ¶ 

  • Lithium ion battery
  • 750 mAh
  • 3.7 V
  • Up to 20 hour battery life

User Interface ¶ 

  • Touch sensitive scroll wheel

Operating System ¶ 

  • Proprietary firmware called Rhapsody DNA

Weight ¶ 

  • 2.7 oz

Dimensions ¶ 

  • 3.5 in x 1.7 in x 0.6 in

Display ¶ 

  • 1.8 in color LCD screen
  • 220 x 176 pixels

Audio ¶ 

  • WMA, RAX ACC, MP3

Video Playback ¶ 

  • MOV (must be converted through proprietary software)

Photo Viewing ¶ 

  • JPEG, bitmap

Memory ¶ 

  • 4.0 GB flash memory
  • Micro SD expandable

Addtional Information ¶