Sony has announced that it has a new WalkmanMP3player that is headed to store shelves soon. The new player is called the Sony Walkman NWZ-E350. The player is offered in blue, red, and black colors.
The players can store up to 50 hours of audio and ten hours of video with storage capacities of 4GB and 8GB. The players also have software called Content Transfer Software that will move DRM free tracks from the PC or iTunes to the player.
Other features include Sony SenseMe tech that categorizes music automatically. Tracks can be marked on the fly with a bookmark function to make playlists and the player supports MP3, WMA, AAC, and other formats. The 4GB version sells for $70 and the 8GB is $80 and will ship next month.
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