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Sony Unveils New WALKMAN NWZ-S750 Series MP3 Player


Sony has unveiled their latest WALKMAN NWZ-S750 series MP3 players that boast superior audio playback through the company’s proprietary five advanced Clear Audio technologies. The NWZ-S750 series MP3 players are going to be available from tomorrow.

(Singapore, 3 November 2010) – Sony debuts the WALKMAN NWZ-S750 series in Singapore today. The latest MP3 player sports a suite of five advanced Clear Audio Technologies, including new Digital Noise Cancelling feature that reduces up to 98% of ambient noise for crystal clear playback. Users can enjoy non-stop entertainment thanks to the extended battery life with up to 50 hours of music  and 10 hours of video playback . Extending the convenience of drag-and-drop transfer, the NWZ-S750 series offers compatibility with both Windows Media Player and iTunes for easy music or video transfers.

The NWZ-S750 support multiple popular codecs are supported, including MP3, WMA (including DRM), AAC-LC and Linear PCM for music and AVC (H.264/AVC) Baseline Profile, MPEG-4 and WMV (including DRM) for videos. The SD video output facility also allows videos and music loaded on the player to be viewed and enjoyed on any compatible LCD TV screen easily. The new WALKMAN series also incorporates SensMe Channel that can automatically analyses and categorizes the MP3 player’s music library, and create a series of themed playlists.

Learning a new language on the go is also easy with the Language Learning Function. It can play audio clips at slower speeds without affecting tonality, allowing users to effectively learn the proper enunciation of a foreign language. A Synchronised lyrics display also automatically syncs lyrics with the current song being played, so users can sing along easily to their favourite tunes even if they don’t remember the lyrics.

Available in 8GB and 16GB storage capacities, the WALKMAN NWZ-S750 series will be available tomorrow at all authorised Sony retailers, with the suggested retail prices of S$249 and S$299 respectively.

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