- News tagged "walkman"
Thursday, 19 Jul 2012
After the introduction of the NWZ-Z1050 portable music player a few months back, Sony has introduced a slew of new portable music players to their Walkman lineup. The new products feature audio playback as well as providing access to games.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
Offering up to 18 hours of consecutive music playback, the Walkman NWZ-B170 Series comes with a detachable clip which makes it easy to carry around with any outfit.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Sony has just had its go at CES 2012 and shown off a variety of products. However, the upgraded Walkman was the one that caught our eye. The new version runs on Android and has a unique new design.
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2011
Sony today announces the launch of two new series to its line-up of Walkman media players - the NWZ-W260 series and NWZ-E460 series.
Thursday, 21 Apr 2011
Sony Ericsson launches its W8 Walkman phone, featuring a user interface that can be customised for one-touch access to users' favourite applications.
Monday, 7 Feb 2011
With the Sony Ericsson Yendo, you are now one touch away from a unique Walkman phone experience. Merging the four corner User Interface from other Sony Ericsson phones such as the Xperia X10 mini with the Walkman line, the Yendo has good social networking and music playback capabilities.
Wednesday, 5 Jan 2011
Sony launches the Walkman NWZ-E053, which sports 4 GB of storage and battery life of up to 30 hours of music playback. It will be available in stores end of this month.
Wednesday, 3 Nov 2010
Sony debuts the new WALKMAN NWZ-S750 series in Singapore today, the latest MP3 player that sports a suite of five advanced Clear Audio Technologies, including new Digital Noise Cancelling feature that reduces up to 98.0% of ambient noise for crystal clear playback.
Friday, 17 Sep 2010
With Digital Noise Canceling built into the new WALKMAN, the NWZ-S750 series reduces up to 98.0% of ambient noise and also delivers up to 50 hours of continuous music playback.
Friday, 3 Sep 2010
Sony Ericsson Spiro with Walkman, part of Sony Ericsson's next generation of Walkman phones, offers an affordable entry point into Sony Ericsson's Communication Entertainment portfolio.