Aimed at audiophiles, Sony has launched the new Walkman NW-ZX707 with a big 5-inch display, a milled aluminium frame and Wi-Fi connectivity for downloading and streaming functions. The Sony NW-ZX707 has drawn inspiration from the company’s iconic Signature Walkman.
The Sony NW-ZX707 comes with upgraded fine-tuned capacitors and FTCAP3 (high polymer capacitor) and a large solid high polymer capacitor, which offers large capacitance and low resistance. While an OFC milled block covering the digital block allows the device to bring a sound that appears to rise up from silence, the company has claimed.
It should be noted that portable music players have come a long way from cassette tapes and high-speed copying.
The Sony Walkman NW-ZX707 has been launched at a price of Rs 69,990 and it has been made available through Headphone Zone. The Walkman has become available from January 30.
The new Walkman is said to give a battery life of up to 25 hours. The 5-inch HD TFT display has a 1280×720 pixel resolution. The Walkman runs on Android 12 and has 64GB of internal storage. There’s a USB Type-C port for charging and the battery takes about 3.5 hours to be charged from 0 to 100 per cent.
Connectivity features on the Sony Walkman NW-ZX707 are a headphone stereo mini jack, balanced standard-jack, USB Type-C (USB3.2 Gen1 compliant) and MicroSD to support external memory. The new Walkman NW-ZX707 also supports multiple sound effects that include 10 Band equalizer, Direct Source (Direct), DSEE Ultimate, DC Phase Linearizer, Dynamic Normalizer as well as Vinyl Processor.