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Sony launches new Network Walkman series in India

05-November-2005
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Sony launches new Network Walkman series in India

Sony India has announced the launch of the new Sony Network Walkman series. The new launches are from the E100, E500 and the HD5 series, through which Sony promises to take portable digital music to new heights of style, performance, portability and sound.

Katsuhiko Murase, Head - Marketing, Consumer AV/IT, Sony India, said, “The Network Walkman series is an excellent example of the transformation of an audio device into an entertainment and lifestyle device with lots of flexibility and freedom. The new range combines looks, performance, storage capacity and unbelievable battery life all rolled into one, redefining stamina, compactness, style - all in all redefining MP3.”

Powered by Sony’s proprietary stamina battery life and miniaturization technology, the NW-E100 and NW-E500 series are flash memory MP3 Walkmans, available with memory capacities of 256 MB and 512 MB each. The E100 series offers up to 40 hours of playback and the E500 offers 50 hours on the MP3 format.

The HD5, is a part of the hard disk player range, and comes with a memory of 20 GB, besides offering 40 hours of playback on a single charge, and enabling storage of up to 13,000 songs.

“Each new Network Walkman model has a unique feature set, allowing customers to choose a player that best suits their individual needs, lifestyle and budget. It truly makes listening to your favorite music easier and more convenient than ever before," added Murase.

The Network Walkman models are available with stereo headphones, carrying case and USB Cable. The bundled music management software for PC ‘Sonic Stage’ Version 3.0 converts and manages music from CDs and handles MP3 files. The new launches will be available at select Sony outlets across India, and the prices range from Rs 6,990 to Rs 19,990.

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