I don’t get why Sony has to rebrand some of their mobile phones into their other series. First, there’s the Sony Ericsson F305 which was turned into an S305 series, then there’s the Sony Ericsson G705 which was made into a Sony Ericsson W705 mobile phone (or is it the other way around)? Anyways, Sony has to stop recycling their mobile phones this way.
Anyways, I first bought the Sony Ericsson G705 and I must admit, it’s a really cool phone, I love the WiFi on this thing and it has GPS and the price? Well, it’s a midrange phone so I wasn’t really expecting WiFi and GPS. My only gripe is that it’s not really a good music player. I then found out that there’s a Walkman version called the W705. I must admit, I was pissed and I like the style of the W705 more.
I’m currently scouring the forums to see if I could get a W705 firmware on my G705. Hopefully, my search would turn out fruitful.
Well, here’s Sony’s stab at the netbook market: the Sony VAIO Mini W-Series. I thought their P Series was their introduction to the netbook market but since they vehemently denies that the P series is a netbook, I guess the Sony VAIO Mini W Series is their “official” netbook.
Specifications of the Sony VAIO Mini W-Series include: 10.1 inch LCD, Intel Atom 1.66GHz processor, 160GB hard disk drive, WiFi, Bluetooth, and webcam.
Price is expected to be around £450, at least, in the UK.
Sony has recently introduced two new entry-level MP3 players on their Walkman line: The E-series and the B Series.
The Sony Walkman E-series MP3 players features a 2 inch colour LCD, MPEG 4 video playback (videos need to be converted), and up to 30 hours battery life/6 hours for video playback.
The Sony Walkman B Series on the other hand has ZAPPIN, up to 18 hours music playback, and FM radio tuner with recording capability.
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