Sony Walkman review

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Ilse Jurrien
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Sony Walkman review

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Wednesday, March 24th 2010 - 07:47 CET - Comments: 0
S ince Sony was founded in 1946, the company has supplied a wide range of electronic devices. Besides BRAVIA TVs, VAIO computers and, of course, the Sony PlayStation game console, Sony has also worked on audio from day one. The Walkman trademark has been marked on portable digital media players for a long time now. Sony offers a number of product lines within the Walkman series: the W-, A-, S, and B-series. Recently, Sony launched a new line: the X-series. The first edition of this line is the Sony Walkman NWZ-X1050.

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Sony Walkman review


Review Sony Walkman NWZ-X1050

The Sony Walkman NWZ-X1050 has been equipped with Sony's latest technologies, yet at the same time, this Walkman has also inherited many features from its older siblings. The MP3 player features a touchscreen, which means future media players in this series will most likely also feature a touchscreen display.


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Sony Walkman offers excellent music quality

The Sony Walkman X1050 music quality is exactly like you're used to from Sony: simply excellent, featuring full bass and rich tones. The Sony Walkman not only owes this to the MP3 player itself, but partly also to the included earplugs. Sony never underestimates the role of earplugs, and besides the fact that they are comfortable and not too bulky looking, they also provide excellent sound quality through the combination of traditional and in-ear earplugs in one. The Sony Walkman and the earplugs are a perfect match.


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Sony Walkman review

The Sony Walkman NWZ-X1050 is the first edition from the new X-series. Sony thinks big this time, and has equipped this Walkman with a long list of features and functions, among which; a 3-inch OLED touchscreen, Wi-Fi, noise reduction, longest battery life so far, digital S-Master amplifier technology. Moreover, it comes standard equipped with 16GB memory. Will this be enough to put the X-series on the map? Read our full Sony Walkman review.

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