Today, Sony introduced its new X-Series Walkman's full features with a portable audio/video and Wi-Fi enabled.
The new device has a built-in noise-canceling technology where it utilizes an S master Digital Amplifier with a dedicated digital noise canceling button, enabling users to be able to hear more detail at lower volumes in noisy environments. It also has a Wi-fi connectivity for easy streaming and downloading plus a special YouTube button.
“The new X-series leverages Sony’s engineering heritage and integrates the latest advances in OLED and other innovative technologies,” said Andrew Sivori, director of the audio products business at Sony Electronics. “We focused on enhancing audio and video playback to develop a device that allows consumers a deeper, more interactive way to enjoy content, as well as discover new content, for a truly unique entertainment experience.”
Sony’s X-Series also features a small video screen size featuring 3 inches of OLED quality that can support popular audio and video codecs and can play protected Windows Media Video (WMV) files, AVC Baseline (H.264) and MPEG-4.
The battery life is up to 33 hours of music playback and up to 9 hours of video playback.
The X-series Walkman video MP3 player will come in black in two different storage capacities, the NWZ- X1051 with 16GB of internal storage and the NWZ- X1061 with 32GB, and cost $299 and $399 respectively. Both models can be found in Sony Style stores for pre-sales.
The Sony X Series Walkman has had a release date possibly this Spring but there's no official word yet.