What the device does well, however, is function as a sports player, thanks to excellent stickiness as well as its waterproof capabilities. If you’re looking for a more dynamic sounding player for regular listening, this device likely falls a bit short. If your prime interest is for an MP3 player that can handle running and swimming with ease, then the Sony Walkman Sports MP3 Player will be a much better fit.
Water resistant mp3 players like this new let you stay in the game without having to bother with wires, worry about rain and water damage all while being super comfortable. These Sony Water Resistant Mp3 Players store more workout mixes with 4GB of memory and use quick charge to power up fast before hitting the gym. So you hit the locker room, throw on your headset and your off. Each player gets up to 8 hours of uninterrupted play when fully charged and comes with easy drag and drop software so you can add all your favorite MP3s from iTunes, Windows Media Player or even Internet Explorer. The Sony Walkman Sports MP3 Player is "coming soon" so no word on price yet.
Although Sony’s financial position isn’t what it once was, however, it’s still got its name and the recognition that comes with it. The same can be said for the Walkman, which Sony continues to push as recently as the 2015 CES, where it debuted the $1,200 Walkman ZX2. Do 12 Benjamins sound a bit too rich for your tastes? Then lets look at another audio gadget that’s a bit more on the affordable side, the Sony Walkman Sports MP3 Player.
The Sony Walkman Sports MP3 Player will be available in March in blue, pink, white, and black at Sony online at , in Sony Stores, and in authorized retailers nationwide for about $99.99. For images and information, please visit .