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
The Sony NW-E000 is a compact, stylish flash MP3 player that those who can tolerate SonicStage should consider, but beware the unintuitive interface.
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.
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!
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.
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
Sony to launch another Walkman sans SonicStage: the NWZ-S610.
The Sony NWZ-S610 series 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.