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Sony Enhances Its Walkman Series With S750 Video MP3 Player
Sony doesn’t want to stop offering its new & innovative offerings. After introducing lots of successful products in the past, the company is now all set to hit the selves with its all-new & slim S750 video MP3 player.
Measuring just 7.2 millimeters, the slimmest player comes with the technology of digital noise canceling, which touts to bring down around 98% background disturbances
Besides, the device comes built-in with an LCD screen of around 5.1cm, which, not just provides TruBlack technology, but a wide viewing angle as well. It also enables users to personalize their contraptions with 9 incorporated selections or their preferred images. It comes with the feature of language learning that users can use to listen to passages played back at a slower speed.
The product has SenseMe technology, which checks up the music collection of a user and creates a range of 10-themed channels automatically for each and every mood. Other than that, the device also boasts of a Lyric Sync feat, which easily sets forth track lyrics.
Moreover, the device also sports the Karaoke mode that lowers the vocal level of original performer, and thus puts the voice of the user over the backing track. It comes with DSEE technology that offers hi-frequencies and enhances the quality of sound with Clear Stereo and Clear Bass intelligence.
Further, the conveniently-built-in Content Transfer software allows for drag-and-drop transferring. This software is touted to be fully compatible with iTunes libraries and Windows Explorer. Plus, users do not need to get worried about the conversion of AVCHD and DivX videos to Walkman-attuned files because Windows 7 does it with a lot of ease.
The ultra-stylish Walkman S750, in-built with an optional A/V output cable, allows users to enjoy viewing content, which is hoarded in a home TV, with S750 in 720p resolutions. The device also comes embedded with an adapter that touts to become your perfect travel companion while on the go. Further, the RDP-NWR100 & RDP-NWD300 speaker docks together help leverage the audio.
In addition the adjustable playback key helps boost the convenience levels as it allows for notes’ alteration. The stylish device also boasts of offering an amazing battery back-up; it can play music for around 50 hrs on just single charge.
The ultra-stylish Walkman S750 is slated to be made available in October, but, as of now, nothing has been said about its price details, so for that you may have to wait a little long.