Posted on Saturday, April 23 2005 @ 01:03:06 CEST by LSDsmurf
Hallelujah! After what has seemed like endless amounts of pressure from the media and the public, Sony has finally given in. Many of the portable audio devices that the company has announced for 2005 now support native MP3 playback. Among these is the Sony NW-E100 Network Walkman series, which includes a lineup of four players: the 256MB NW-E103 ($89), the 512MB NW-E105 (in Psyc White or Psyc Blue, $99), and the 1GB NW-E107 ($149). We got our hands on an NW-E105 in Psyc White for our review..