Sony Walkman is back with redesign and Android powered audio machine. The New NW-ZX2 can output Hi-res Audio sound quality. Sporting a frame with rounded sides carved out of aluminum alloy, the Walkman NW-ZX2 features a striking design and highly rigid case. It also comes with 128GB of built-in memory, as well as micro SD card slot, Wi-Fi and a large capacity Lithium-ion battery that provides up to 60-hours.
The NW-ZX2 Hi-Res compatible Walkman® is a new high-end model in the ZX series, following in the success of the Walkman® NW-ZX1 flagship model released in the fall of 2013. It takes the audio quality of the ZX1 to a higher level, featuring a new rigid chassis design to achieve an even higher-quality sound. The new model features up to 33 hours of Hi-Res playback (at 192 kHz/24 bit) and ultra high quality playback over a Bluetooth connection when the device is paired with Sony’s new MDR-1ABT Headphones.
The S-Master™ HX digital amplifier, uniquely developed for Hi-Res audio playback, reduces distortion and noise while reproducing wide frequency response for a clearer acoustic experience.
The Walkman NW-ZX2 will be available in spring 2015 for $1119.99.