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Sony to offer video MP3 players

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 04 Mar 2007 17:16 User comments (5)

Sony to offer video MP3 players Sony is set to bring its own MP3 players with video playback features to the market. The company is showing off it's new NW-A800 series, featuring a 2 inch LCD screen and support for MPEG-4 video playback. The device is less than 1cm thick. The battery life is being advertised as supporting 30 hours of music playback and 8 hours of video playback.
Music can be purchased for the player from the Sony Connect music download store. The ranger will be available from April and will cost (UK); NW-A805 2GB model - 119, NW-A806 4GB model - 149, NW-A808 8GB model - 199.

Source:
Reg Hardware

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5 user comments

14.3.2007 17:50
deesy32
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they might beat microsoft at something after all.

24.3.2007 18:19

I am actually liking this from Sony.

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34.3.2007 19:43
MrMexican
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Its okay but id rather stick with the psp for this one

45.3.2007 12:01

good price point, good fetures

55.3.2007 13:22

Originally posted by Scorned:
I am actually liking this from Sony.
Me too. I've always been a fan of the walkman line. Might purchase it this summer if I have some extra cash.

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