Light, colourful MP3 player with quick-charge battery
- Quick 3 minutes battery charge gives 90 minutes playback
- Pumping beats with Bass Boost button
- Clip attaches Walkman® to belt or clothes
- Easy drag and drop music transfers
- Built-in USB connects Walkman® to PC, hi-fi or car stereo
Get ready to really feel the music with the colourful Walkman® B170 Series of MP3 players from Sony.
Weighing just 28g, the new Walkman® B Series is small and light enough to take anywhere; but don’t be deceived by its tiny size. Press the Bass Boost button and you’ll be blown away by rich, pumping low-end sound. The stylish, new Walkman® B170 also includes a colour-matched LED that pulses in time with your music.
When you’re in a hurry, 3 minutes of charging time gives enough battery power for 90 minutes of listening. Fully charged, the Walkman® B Series lets you listen non-stop for 18 hours1 – plenty for the longest commute or an overnight break.
You won’t want to keep other people in the dark about your favourite MP3 player. The Walkman® B Series features a chunky clip that attaches to a belt, bag strap or clothing to show off your style.
It’s easy to upload your favourite songs. Walkman® connects directly to any Windows2 PC via its built-in USB port with no extra cables required. Copying files is a simple drag-and-drop process, with no need to install any file transfer software. You can also connect Walkman® to a compatible hi-fi or car stereo3and enjoy direct playback.
Looking for the right song to fit your mood? ZAPPIN™ search technology scans through your music collection, offering a short preview of each track without menus or playlists. When you hear a track youlike, press the ‘ZAP’ button again to listen to the whole song.
Extra refinements include an on-board equalizer to sculpt your sound, plus a voice recorder that’s perfect for grabbing spontaneous thoughts, notes and ideas.
The new Walkman® B170 Series of MP3 players by Sony is available in the UK in a choice of 2GB or 4GB capacities, in red, black and blue colourways, from mid-February 2012.