Sony Aiwa Announces World's Thinnest Music Player

Posted: Jan 16 2004, 8:50am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Sony Aiwa announces World's Thinnest Music Player
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Sony will launch what it claims to be the world's thinnest music player in April as part of a new product lineup called USB Audio to redefine its Aiwa brand.

The card-size Giga pavit HZ-WS2000 measures 10.6 millimeters thick and weighs 68 grams, making it the world's thinnest and lightest music player among those with a hard disk drive (HDD), Sony said in a news release.
Equipped with a 2-gigabyte HDD, the HZ-WS2000 can record music equivalent to some 30 CDs.

The new product is one of 13 USB Audio-series products to be introduced under the Aiwa brand from February.

Sony took over struggling audio equipment maker Aiwa Co. in December 2002 and now sells Aiwa-brand products mainly targeted at consumers in their teens and 20s. More details in Press-Release on Yahoo

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