Sony debuts Walkman B170 series with improved bass

Sony debuts Walkman B170 series with improved bass

Sony has unveiled a new series of portable audio players called Walkman B170 that this time come with a function to improve your bass.

The new music player comes in 2 GB and 4 GB varieties and boasts a weight of just 28 grams. What’s really impressive here is that with a full charge the player can provide up to 18 hours of listening time. In case you don’t have enough time to charge it, just plug it into a power source for three minutes, which in turn will give you full 90 minutes of listening time.

The new Walkman B170 music player also features a clip that allows it to be attached to clothes or a belt, easy drag and drop music files transfers, a built-in USB port that connects the device to a PC, hi-fi or a car stereo, ZAPPIN search technology that scans through your music collection, previewing a snatch of each track without menus or playlists, a voice recorder, onboard equalizer and a “Bass Boost” key that boosts bass.

There’s no information on pricing but the new Sony music player will be commercially available later this month.

Source: Engadget

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