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Modern and stylish SONY Walkman NWZ-B183 MP3 player has an impressive design and a variety of practical features that every music fan will certainly appreciate. The player is equipped with an internal memory of 4 GB and a USB interface for easy charging and uploading of music. The device has a clear information OLED display and well-spaced keys.
Bass Boost function provides excellent quality of sound, which is not very common for such a small device. A resistant aluminium body of the player is also very convenient, as you do not have to be afraid of taking it anywhere you want. An integrated FM tuner is also worth mentioning.
The battery can last up to 20 hours without charging, but if the battery is low, it can be recharged in a very short time. Just three minutes of charging will ensure full 90 minutes of playback. Full battery capacity can be achieved in approximately 70 minutes.
Continuous playback of music: approximately 20 hours
Charging time: about 70 minutes
Bass Boost function
84.5 x 22.2 x 13.4 mm
Sony Corporation is a Japanese company founded in 1946. Its headquarters are in Tokyo. Though it started inconspicuously, selling transistor radios, they became one of the leading innovators in the postwar period, developing the CD and DVD, as well as the highly successful PlayStation line.
Though it occasionally struggled during periods of financial crisis and recession, the company always persisted, and today is one of the most prestigious brands worldwide, known for their innovative products in electronics, video games, and the entertainment industry.
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