Sony's new NWD-B100 is a tiny little MP3 Walkman that, for the first time ever, doesn't require SonicStage for music management. At around £50, it's an affordable little tyke too
Possibly the most respectable Sony Walkman product to see the light of day in 2007.
New version of Sony's SonicStage software available now
Sony to launch another Walkman sans SonicStage: the NWZ-S610.
The Sony NW-E000 is a compact, stylish flash MP3 player that those who can tolerate SonicStage should consider, but beware the unintuitive interface.
Sony has launched the new NWZ-A820 series of MP3 Walkman, including an 8GB and a 4GB player, both complete with Bluetooth -- and no more SonicStage!
We get our hands dirty with Sony's new ATRAC-less, SonicStage-less, lovely metallic audio and video player, the Walkman NW-A815 -- also available as the NW-A816 and A818 in different sizes
The Sony NWZ-S610 Walkman doesn't bring anything striking or new to the table, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a quality MP3 player with nice extras and a killer battery life. Plus, Sony got rid of SonicStage--the best news ever.
The NW-S200 Walkman proves once again that Sony knows what it's doing in the hardware department; if you're a fitness-minded user, take a close look at this flash MP3 player. But make sure you're comfortable with SonicStage before you commit.
With demand drying up, Sony will shutter production of its last MiniDisc Walkman later this year.