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Thursday, July 14, 2011
Sony Introduces New Water-resistant W Series Walkman MP3 Player


Sony today introduced a new lighter water-resistant W Series Walkman MP3 player for sports enthusiasts.

The new Sony Walkman ? NWZ-W260 Series, features a lightweight, rinsable, wearable and water-resistant headphone-style design that is ideal for fitness enthusiasts.

The player comes with Content Transfer software that allows users to drag and drop music files from iTunes for Windows, Windows Media Player or Windows Explorer (DRM free content only). A 2 GB and a 4 GB option will be available.

The NWZ-W260 series Walkman player also offers a convenient quick-charge function. With only three minutes of charge time, the player can run for up to 60 minutes and full battery life is up to 8 hours. The new NWZ-W260 series Walkman player will be available at www.sonystyle.com in August in two colors, black and white.

- NWZ-W262 2 GB (black or white): $59.99
- NWZ-W263 4 GB (black): $79.99


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