As you can see, our devices are getting smaller with each day, and the same goes for our audio systems. After the amazing Vol Speaker that combines both speaker and volume control into one, we have a similar device that comes from Sony.
Last week’s news but never too late. Sony adds to its growing Walkman family of PMPs, Sony have launched the new 7.2mm-slim bodied S750. While this new Walkman doesn’t boast OLED display or a touch screen, it does still churn out a good 50-hour long battery life for music playback and 10 hours for video playback. What’s more is that it also boasts noise cancelling functionality, a feature which we’ve loved in our previous reviews of Sony’s Walkmans (A845 and X1050).
It was outrageously ‘different’, yet stylishly designed, when we first reviewed the predecessor of the NWZ-W252, the W202 it was pretty difficult to predict how well its interesting ergonomic design would be welcomed. But a sequel one year and a few months after, its initial release have proven it to be somewhat a popular choice. We were recently sent the new W252, water resistent version of the W202 and we’ve been trying it out.
Launched earlier last year, the Sony Ericsson Satio was created to bring the best and most popular features of Sony Ericsson phones, ie the Walkman and Cybershot series. The Satio has on board one of the most powerful cameras ever launched by the phonemaker and on paper it is still
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If you hate iTunes and apps and just want a portable media player that simply does its job, then you’re reading the right review. The latest Sony Walkman PMP to be launched with OLED is the Sony NWZ-A845 and over the last week, we’ve been given an opportunity to have a play with the new skinny Walkman and see what its like.
Its super slim, super lightweight and boasts OLED. The new A845 Walkman player from Sony was only recently announced but we’ve been given the opportunity to test out the real thing and give a quick review. Here are some of the pics we’ve taken so far during the unboxing process.
Here is the latest sensation from Sony’s vaults, the A845 Walkman Video Mp3 Player. The 62g lightweight entertainment device is big on sound and picture quality. Its Ultra-slim 7.2mm body makes it highly portable. This pocket-sized device is the slimmest of its kind.
Sony A845 Walkman boasts a 2.8-inch wide OLED display, which delivers superb colored output at higher contrast ratios. Its Scene scroll view lets the user browse quickly through longer videos. Users are shown a series of thumbnails, which are scrolled accordingly for searching and playing the scene. Its wide-viewing angle and faster response times make it perfect for internet applications like video sharing and downloading.