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Sony outs NWZ-E450 Walkman, aims at younger music lovers

Sony have readied their NWZ-E450s series of Walkman which come in a range of five colors as shown above and they’re made to target at the younger generations of music lover. These Sony NWZ-E450 Walkmans also support the .lrc files which means each can work as a standalone karaoke machine by itself, allowing you to practise karaoke singing on the run.

The NWZ-E450 Walkman comes equipped with a 2-inch QVGA display and it allows you to customize your own wallpaper on its display including sticking your own pictures on it. The device is Windows 7-optimized, which will launch the full Device Stage user interface while it’s connected to a PC for the ease of transferring tunes.

Some other goodies include the SenseMe (which works a bit like Genius on iTunes), a built-in dynamic normalizer, VPT, equalizer and the support of various audio and video formats including MP3, WMA, AAC, AVC – H.264, MPEG4, WMV.

The battery requires 3 hours to get to full charge and provides 50 hours for music and 10 hours only for video. Available in models of NWZ-E453, NWZ-E454 and NWZ-E455 with storage capacities of 4GB, 8GB and 16GB respectively. There is also a NWZ-E450K version that comes with a cradle. They’ll be out in August but prices are not known yet.

via pocketlint

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  1. […] station, a simple Karaoke system which lets you dock your iPod Touch or iPhone on it to start your Karaoke singing session […]

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