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Sony NWZA826KB 4GB Video Walkman MP3 Player (Built In Wireless Bluetooth Headphones) (Black) - £109.99 - @Play.com
Sony NWZA826KB 4GB Video Walkman MP3 Player (Built In Wireless Bluetooth Headphones) (Black) - £109.99 - @Play.com

Sony NWZA826KB 4GB Video Walkman MP3 Player (Built In Wireless Bluetooth Headphones) (Black) - £109.99 - @Play.com

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Cut the cable clutter and go wireless with built-in Bluetooth and wireless headphones. Ultra-compact 4GB music and video player with superior quality 2.4" LCD screen, drag and drop file transfer and an incredible battery life of up to 36 hours.

4GB with capacity of up to 2,450 songs or 15 hours of video files.
2.4" QVGA (320x240) high brightness screen for superior colour reproduction. Plays video horizontally or vertically.
Built-in Bluetooth (AVRCP1.3 A2DP) - easily stream your music to compatible products (car audio, mini hi-fi, wireless headphones, etc).
Wireless Bluetooth headphones with basic player controls supplied (DR-BT21G).
Ready to use straight out of the box with built-in rechargeable battery.
Pair with other Bluetooth devices including your Bluetooth phone (music cuts out when you receive a call).
Stylish new design featuring a lightweight, durable aluminium body.
High quality 30 frame p/sec video playback for outstanding clarity from even fast-moving images.
Superb sound quality from 3 built-in audio technologies: Clear Stereo, Clear Bass and DSEE digital sound enhancement.
Plays most popular music formats: mp3, AAC (non DRM), L-PCM and WMA (DRM).
Compatible with popular video formats MPEG4 & AVC (H.264/AVC).
Listen for longer - incredible battery life of 36 hrs music or 10 hrs video.
Intuitive operation from mobile phone-like interface and menus.
Transfer video and music from your collection via simple drag-and-drop, Windows Media Player or Sony's easy to use Media Manager.
JPEG viewer with slideshow mode.
Easy video file delete function.
Weight: 65g
Dimensions: (w)50.2 x (h) 93.6 x (d)9.3mm

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Original Poster

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Too expensive

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SHOWMAN36;2015263

Too expensive



It is the cheapest according to ]Froogle and that does not include the £5 off voucher or the £4.40 Quidco.

If you can find it cheaper I am sure a lot of people me included will appreciate it.

Very very good players these (just look at the reviews) for anyone after a decent player who isn't wearing Apple blinkers the sound quality of these is way beyond anything Apple churn out.

This was the top player for sound and video playback on the gadget show this week, but was rated behind ipod because you can not download from itunes without converting file type to suit.

gadgetshow.five.tv/jsp…ers

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This was the top player for sound and video playback on the gadget show … This was the top player for sound and video playback on the gadget show this week, but was rated behind ipod because you can not download from itunes without converting file type to suit.http://gadgetshow.five.tv/jsp/5gsmain.jsp?lnk=401§ion=Features&show=s8e5&featureid=734&description=MP3%20Players



I can only assume that they were bribed by Apple. Pathetic reasoning! I have an iPod myself but never buy anything on iTunes, there are other cheaper legal download sites and buying the CD and ripping it is still the best way and usually cheaper. What a load of complete tosh, I used to like the Gadget Show, not anymore :x

Original Poster

The Gadget Show is just a joke now.
The baldy just wants to get it off with that Suzie bird who still thinks she is young .

They just seem to mention gadgets these days and never go in to any real details.

It's just an excuse for them to self publicise there own careers to get other jobs.

I too agree that it was pathetic that they gave the Ipod top marks just because it is easy to download tracks of iTunes, even there celeb Trevor Nelson said he thought the Sony was the best music player.

£69.99 on play.com and yes not sure how long ago those other messages where posted but the gadget show has gone downhill
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