Sony Walkman NWZ-W202 Wearable MP3 Player Debuts At CES 2009

Posted: Jan 8 2009, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:29pm CDT, in News | CES

 
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Besides the Sony Walkman X Series, Sony also officially unveiled the wearable Walkman W players at the CES 2009.
Light and easy to wear, the WALKMAN W Series is available in five colors: black, white, pink, green, violet.
Sound quality from the comfort-fit 13.5mm EX headphones is rich and clear. New ZAPPIN mode offers a fun new way to browse quickly through your music collection. It automatically detects and plays the main chorus part of each track, helping you find the song you want with just a few touches of the player’s jog dial. The Sony Walkman NWZ-W202 features 2GB of storage. With quick charge of 30 minutes to fully charge battery for over 12 hours of battery life.
The Sony Walkman W wearable music players are scheduled for a Spring release.
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