Posted by: sipo95 | February 5, 2009

Sony Ericsson W705

Sony Ericsson has introduced its new W705 Walkman slider phone and Wireless Home Audio System MBS-900, aiming to offer consumers the most state-of-the art mobile entertainment experience.


Highlights Of Sony Ericsson W705 Walkman Phone:

  • Award-winning clear audio experience – listen to music as it was meant to be heard
  • Desktop direct search to online music – Go online for the best songs and most popular videos on YouTube
  • Wi-Fi and DLNA certified – connect the way you want
  • PlayNow arena – a complete range of mobile entertainment
  • Shake control – switch tracks and control the volume with the flick of a wrist
  • SensMe – create playlists based on mood rather than artists or genres
  • Large 2.4-inch TFT screen (240 x 320 pixels) – view websites and emails with high clarity
  • 3.2 megapixel camera – snap and share your favourite images via Bluetooth
  • Automatic rotation – switch from portrait to landscape with just a tilt of the phone
  • Google Maps for Mobile – never get lost again
  • FM radio with TrackID – listen to the radio while on the move
  • 4GB memory card – store up to 3900 songs
  • Size: 95 x 47.5 x 14.3 mm ; Weight: 98 grams


“We’re really proud of what we have achieved in 2008 with our market leading mobile music range,” said Ben Padley, Head of Global Music Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “Combining premium design and best-in-class sound quality with super-fast access to a host of digital content whether it be from PlayNow arena or via the web, we really are offering the most feature-rich mobile music experience available today.”



Highlights Of Wireless Home Audio System MBS-900:

  • Unique and innovative design – make a statement in your home
  • 2.1 audio for a complete audio experience
  • Stream music wirelessly – supports Bluetooth A2DP and AVRCP profile
  • Transfer music from PC and MP3 using the 3.5 line-in function
  • Built-in FM receiver – listen to the radio independently of the phone
  • Control music settings with your mobile phone or speaker touch keys
  • Monochrome OLED display – view track names in all their glory as well as music settings such as bass and treble
  • Call coming in? – Music mutes

The new Sony Ericsson W705 Walkman phone and Wireless Home Audio System MBS-900 are expected to be available by Q1 2009, but the prices have yet to be announced.


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Posted by: sipo95 | February 5, 2009

Sony Erricson W980

Sony Ericsson has announced a new addition to its Walkman phone family – W980i, which designed to allow users to listen to music as it should be heard, featuring Clear Stereo to play music just like the original recording, and Clear Bass to deliver distortion free sound even at higher volumes. “The W980 Walkman phone really sets a new standard for music on your phone,” said Ben Padley, Head of Music Marketing, at Sony Ericsson. “We wanted to design a leading music player that we could combine with a feature-packed phone, all the while pioneering an audio experience that always left you wanting more. The W980 will surpass all expectations.”

According to the company, “The Walkman on Top feature on the W980 gives you the full functionality of a Walkman player without even having to open your phone. The entire Walkman player that would normally be displayed on the inside of your clamshell is also replicated on the outside of the phone, so navigation through your music library is effortless.”

The new Sony Ericsson W980i Walkman phone which measures 3.6 x 1.8 x 0.7 inches will be available in coming Q3 2008, and the package-included Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-77 will hit the selected markets from June 2008.

Posted by: sipo95 | February 4, 2009

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