Sony is the Japanese challenge to the West. And with its new range of Walkmans that feature Android 4.1 and high resolution audio playback in their repertoire, it is bound to enter the economic market in an aggressive manner.
Sony has just come up with new versions of its Walkmans. They include the ZX1, F Series, S Series and E Series. They are polished, state-of-the-art gadgets that shine in their technological splendor.
The first of these arrives equipped with a 1GHz dual core processor somewhere in its structure. An 850 x 480 touch screen lends the user beautiful visual vistas. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity are merged with NFC technology.
An S-Master HX digital amplifier as well as a high resolution audio system makes the ZX1 the apple of your eye (or ear). Android 4.1 runs on both the F880 Series and the ZX1. What that means is that a variety of applications and games can be accessed from the Google Play Store.
A ZX1 will come in a silver hue by the end of this year. It will have 128 GB of memory storage capacity. The price will be around $760. The F Series comes to you in three choices: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. The trio costs approximately $273, $304 and $405 respectively.
As for the colors they are clothed in, they happen to be: black, blue and pink/white. For those who are on the lookout for longer battery life and a screen that is not too large, the S Series is the ideal pick.
It lends you 32GB of storage capacity along with 77 hours of music playback facility. This is not a bad deal when combined with a 320 x 240 Liquid Crystal Display Unit. And it costs merely $182. Buy one and groove to the funky music.