Sony E-Series Walkman Video
The flagship model in Fujifilm's new E-series line of digital cameras features a 6-megapixel sensor; a bright, 2-inch LCD screen; and fast response times.
The Sony S-Series Walkman is a solid entry-level MP3 player thanks to its ultraaffordable price tag, easy-to-use design, excellent performance, and fair smattering of features--but those who are looking to upgrade from the previous Walkman generation will not be impressed with this gen.
The Sony NWZ-A720 Walkman MP3 player series offers high-quality music, photo, and video playback, but there are some competitive features missing.
The Sony Ericsson W380a is a respectable, midrange Walkman phone that offers some nifty design touches. But there are better Walkman options out there.
Jasmine and Donald bring the Sony X-Series Walkman into the studio for some hands-on analysis. Creative shows signs of life with an FCC filing for a new touch screen portable media player. Apple laughs all the way to the bank.
The Sony Ericsson W760i is the best Sony Ericsson Walkman phone we've seen, by far. It corrects one of Sony Ericsson's usual design pitfalls, while offering a generous feature set and satisfying performance. We can suggest a few tweaks that should make it a winner.
The birth of the Sony Walkman.
The entry-level Sony B-Series Walkman is a solid choice for the gym thanks to its ultracompact design, quick charge function, and integrated FM tuner.
Its design may not be particularly flashy, but the Sony Ericsson W800i Walkman phone elegantly combines its calling and multimedia features into a powerful device.
The Sony Ericsson W850i offers the great performance and high-end features we've come to expect from the company's Walkman phones, but its usability is hampered by unintuitive controls.