Sony launches new Walkman players with Digital TV


Sony has unveiled its new series of Walkman players, called the NW-A919, NW-A918 and NW-A916 Walkman.

The specifications of all the three portable devices are same; the only difference is the storage space.

The A910 series of Walkman measure 47.2×86.x12.3mm, claiming to be the smallest and lightest device to watch and record digital TV.

Featuring 2.4-inch screen with 320×240 pixels of resolution, the latest line of Walkman device also provides direct recording of TV programming, 6 hours of video playback, 36 hours music playback, direct encoding, Clear Bass, Clear Stereo, MP3, WMA and ATRAC music format support, AVC(H.264/AVC)/MPEG-4 video format support and photo viewer.

The NW-A919 comes in 16GB memory, the NW-A918 will be available in 8GB and the NW-A916 carries 4GB of storage capacity.

All the three A910 series of Walkman player will be available from 17th November 2007. The price of the NW-A919, NW-A918 and NW-A916 are 45,000¥ (approx. Rs. 15,600), 35,000¥ (approx. Rs. 12,080) and 30,000¥ (approx. Rs. 10,400), respectively.


1 comments:

Anonymous

May 11, 2008 at 2:10 PM

Sony is always coming up with new and innovative ideas on thier products. This seems to be yet another intelligent product brought to the market. The walkman with a digital TV will sell like wildfire if brought to the public. I think for online publicity and PR, they should try using a tool which I use for building PR of my company's softwares. Its called MyPRGenie (http://www.myprgenie.com/technology/). I use it regularly and am a big fan.