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Sony Walkman E580 and E380 take on Apple’s iPod nano

Sony Walkman E580 and E380 take on Apple’s iPod nano

More and more people may be relying on their smartphones for portable entertainment, but Sony isn't willing to leave even a shrinking PMP market to Apple's iPod, hence the new E-Series Walkman range. The Walkman E580 and Walkman E380 each support music, video, and photo playback, with the E580 having a 2-inch display and a battery good for up to 77hrs of use, while the smaller E380 scales it down to 1.77-inches of screen and up to 30hrs of runtime.

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Sony announces special edition 2 GB Meb Keflezighi W Series Walkman

Sony announces special edition 2 GB Meb Keflezighi W Series Walkman

Odds are most of us have no idea who Meb Keflezighi is. Meb Keflezighi is an American distance runner, and he participated in the Olympics in London this summer. His event was the marathon, and he came in fourth place. At the 2004 Athens Olympics he took the silver and while he didn't get a medal in London, he did beat his 2004 performance by 23 seconds. Sony is celebrating the distance runner by giving him his own special-edition ...

Sony unveils small B170 Walkman audio player

Sony unveils small B170 Walkman audio player

Sony has added a new device to its Walkman range called the B170. This new Walkman is small and compact with a fast charging battery for playback on the go. The device has an integrated USB connector under a cap on the player and looks a bit like a flash drive. The USB connector can be used to directly connect the player to your computer or stereo with no wires needed.

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Sony Z-1000 Android Walkman struts past FCC

Sony Z-1000 Android Walkman struts past FCC

The Android operating system is turning up in all sorts of tech gear from smartphones and tablets to set-top boxes and MP3 players. Sony has a new product called the NW-Z1000 that is a portable MP3 player carrying the Walkman name. This device launched in Japan previously, but it has been spied crossing the FCC for approvals.

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