More goods for your Walkman phone

Sony Ericsson releases three speakers and three headsets for its Walkman music phone line.

Sony Ericsson dropped a load of accessories to go with its new W902 , W595, and W302 announced yesterday. The new products range from stereo wireless speakers to wired noise-canceling headsets. We give you the details below--or check Sony Ericsson's Web site for more specs. The accessories won't be available in most markets until the end of this year.

MPS-100 Sony Ericsson

The MPS-100 portable speakers are an update to Sony Ericsson's earlier MPS-60 and MPS-70 speakers. Though they use a wired connection to your Walkman handset, the MPS-100 speakers have an appealing, compact design. They weigh just 4.8 ounces and and feature a 3.5mm line in port.

MBS-200 Sony Ericsson

The MBS-200 wireless portable speaker uses a Bluetooth stereo connection and offers an eye-catching circular design. Features include an OLED display and a 3.5mm audio jack. The compact MBS-200 comes with a carrying bag and weighs 8.9 ounces.

MBS-400 Sony Ericsson

For a more powerful Bluetooth listening experience, the MBS-400 wireless portable speakers offer stereo sound. The ball-shaped speakers weigh 8.9 ounces and 8.2 ounces and feature a 3.5mm audio port.

HBH-IS800 Sony Ericsson

The HBH-IS800 wireless stereo headphones come in silver and black. The earbuds are tiny and the behind-the-neck connector cord is unobtrusive. They use a Bluetooth connection and have a promised battery life of four hours music playback time.

The HPM-88 noise-canceling headphones use a wired connection. Features include a 3.5mm jack, noise-canceling technology, an oxygen-free copper cord, and a Sony Ericsson fast port connector.

HPM-66 Sony Ericsson

The HPM-66 active stereo headphones feature a secure behind-the-ear fit. Features are similar to the HPM-88 headphones, including an inline remote for handling calls and controlling your Walkman phone's music player.

 

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