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Sony Walkman NWZ-B152
Sony Walkman NWZ-B152

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  • Sony Walkman NWZ-B152
  • Sony Walkman NWZ-B152
  • Sony Walkman NWZ-B152
  • Sony Walkman NWZ-B152
 

thomasthetanker

February 20, 2011, 2:20 am

I've the 143 and its very useful. Think of it more as a USB stick that can play music and doesn't need iTunes.

SJW

February 20, 2011, 11:33 am

One feature that has been overlooked is the FM tuner. If I'm at the gym I prefer to bring an FM tuner so I can tune into one of the tvs on display, rather then listen to music. Of course the latest gen ipod nano has FM, but at twice the price.

Ouroboros

February 21, 2011, 5:46 pm

I love my sony w252 as I find it the perfect mp3 player: no wires, great fit, long battery life, splashproof/sweatproof, and decent music quality. I don't miss not having a display as I know what tracks are on each playlist, but then I only have 100 or so tracks on. As Thomasthetanker mentioned, being able to drag and drop is essential!

kingosticks

February 21, 2011, 5:59 pm

The Sansa Clip+ also has a display, and additionally has the FM tuner, MicoSD card expansion and no need for iTunes! If you're going to stretch the extra £7-10 it's a better buy than a Shuffle.

stranded

February 21, 2011, 9:34 pm

A friend of mine has bought this player. Horrible display illumination-song presentation modes Sony picked for this device. Other Sony players i have seen the last 10 years have not this problem.

MrGodfrey

February 24, 2011, 11:53 pm

I agree the Sansa Clip+ is better value and probably a better player overall - I certainly like mine - but I also appreciate the usefulness of being able to plug a PMP directly into a USB port without having to remember a USB lead.

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