Posted on 27 July, 2012 by Keron Calame | No Comments
In addition to the recently launched Android-powered Walkman F800 media player, Sony just announced three other portable media players, the Walkman S770BT, E570 and E470.
The players may looks similar but they all get different features and different headphones. They all have a compact and stylish design and feature a 2-inch QVGA LCD display. The Walkman S770BT is the only of the trio to have Bluetooth connectivity and it also comes with MDR-NWBT10 Bluetooth headphones for users to enjoy music wirelessly.
The Walkman E570 comes with built-in noise cancelling technology and also bundles with the MDR-NC033E noise-cancelling headphones which, according to Sony, combined to reduce background sound levels by 98%, delivering clear and clean sound. The Walkman E470 on the other hand has a Karaoke mode and synchronised lyrics display, as well as two pre-installed Puyo Pop Fever and Number Place.
All three models supports a variety of media formats including MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear PCM audio files and MPEG-4, AVC (H.264) and WMV9 video formats plus they all are available in the storage option of 8GB.
Sony will release in the US the 4G and 8GB E470 for $79.99 and $89.99, respectively.