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Sony Ericsson brings on mobile music at CES including new Walkman W200
Posted: 08-Jan-2007 [Source: Sony Ericsson]

[Sony Ericsson launces new products at CES including the new W200 Walkman Phone, the Bluetooth Music Receiver MBR-100, and the HBH-PV705 Style Edition Bluetooth Headset.]

Las Vegas -- Sony Ericsson W200 Walkman Phone:

The new W200 Walkman phone stores up to 37 full length tracks* (or about four albums) and it's easy to replace them when it's time for a change. Simply transfer music from your PC with the Disc2Phone music management software supplied. This latest addition to Sony Ericsson's musical family will be available in two renowned Walkman phone colours (Rhythm Black & Pulse White) and has stamina for up to 18 hours of music listening. So you can be sure that your favourite tracks are always with you!

The W200 features a dedicated Walkman key that takes you straight to the Walkman player menu. If you need to share your music with friends then the 128MB Memory Stick Micro (M2) lets you do this in an instant. And it is always possible to upgrade to a larger Memory Stick if you need to expand your music library: the 1GB Stick available now will hold up to 255 full-length tracks.

The FM Radio allows you to pre-set up to 20 of your favourite stations. Listen-in via the colour-matched Stereo Headset HPM-64; the first to feature Bass Reflex, an innovation that preserves audio quality when the bass is turned up. You can even use the radio as your alarm clock, using the in-built speakerphone rather than the stereo headphones.

The W200 is also a fully featured 'multi-media' phone. It features a VGA camera with 4x digital zoom and integrated photo album so that you can capture and store those spontaneous snapshots, or share them with friends and family. It is also fully equipped for video messaging, offers a full HTML web browser and delivers business-friendly tools such as push email & PC synchronisation.

You can make W200 an even bigger part of your music life with a host of accessories. Take the MPS-60 Portable Speakers with you anywhere for an instant party and or enjoy music while you're working with the MDS-60 Music Desk Stand. If its music at home that you are after, then plug your Walkman' phone into the MDS-70 Home Audio System for home-hifi quality sound.

The W200 Walkman phone is a GPRS 900/1800/1900 & GPRS 850/1800/1900 handset and will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.

* Storage of up to 37 tracks based on 128MB Memory Stick Micro and up to 27MB internal memory. Actual figures will vary according to compression rate.

Bluetooth Music Receiver MBR-100:

Playing the music you've saved on your phone through external speakers without any wires is the simple beauty of the Bluetooth(TM) Music Receiver MBR-100. You can then play it in hi-fi quality by simply plugging the receiver into your hi-fi stereo or your car stereo and streaming the music on your stereo Bluetooth(TM)-equipped phone through the speakers.

The MBR-100 comes with 2 different cables, an RCA cable and a 3.5 mm input cable so it can fit almost any audio device at home or in the car. This means that once your phone is paired to the MBR-100, you simply have to walk into its range to accept an automatic invitation on your phone screen to play your music as loud as you want. As the music plays through the speakers you can use your phone as a remote control, with the ability to play, pause and skip to next track.

Compact, light and portable, the MBR-100 has a rechargeable battery which means it's easy to take with you. Finished in glossy black, it will look good while you let all the music out, through your home stereo or your car stereo in great quality sound.

Sony Ericsson HBH-PV705 Style Edition Bluetooth Headset:

You can wear your PV705 Style Edition in different ways. Hung round your neck on a beautiful necklace strap or kept at hand in a soft closeable pouch, it also comes with detailed attachable jewelry which can be worn on the necklace strap or pouch - whatever way you want! 3 different panels allow you to personalize the headset to match your outfit, coming in black with an embossed floral pattern, white with purple floral detail and an elegant purple. The headset is compact and light enough to leave on your ear for even the longest conversations. Weighing a mere 14 grams and resting on your ear with a soft ear hook, it boasts exceptional talk and stand by time despite its small size. 12 hours talk time is backed with the reassurance of 300 hours stand by time meaning you're ready to take a call throughout the working day, on the daily commute or when winding down at home. Available from early Q1 2007.

Specifications: Weight: 14 g / 0.49 oz

Size: 61 mm x 18 mm/2.4 x 0.71 in

Color: Purple plated / floral white / floral black

Talk time: Up to 12 hours

Standby time: Up to 300 hours

Profiles: Bluetooth(TM) Headset or Handsfree 1.2 Compatibility with Bluetooth(TM) mobile phones of both Sony Ericsson and other phone brands

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