Sony NWZ-A810 series sneaked onto the web

Aug 29, 2007

The cat is out of the bag, Sony accidentally spill the bean on its new MP3 players. The NWZ-A810 series managed to sneaked onto SonyStyle site and let the world to take a peek of it. The 810 series sports a 2-inch QVGA (320 by 240 pixels) LCD screen capable of playing MPEG 4 and M4V videos at 30 frames per second.

The NWZ-A810 series comes with many configurations, the NWZ-A815 features 2GB of storage capacity and available in white, pink, black and silver with the price tag of $140. The NWZ-A816 sporting 4GB of storage will be available in white, pink, black and silver for $180, while the 8GB NWZ-A818 comes in black and silver only with retail price tag of $230. The A810 series comes with high quality Sony earphones (MDR-EX082).

SonicStage, one of the most hated applications by many users (including myself) has been dumped. The A810 series uses MTP/PlayForSure and supports playback of MP3, WMA, ACC, and subscription music from services like Rhapsody. Sony claimed that the A810 series have a battery life of 33 hours for music playback and 8 hours for video playback. All of the players will be available by the end of this month.

Sony's Walkman A810 series now loose in the US [via engadget | crave]

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