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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Sony Walkman is back. Electronics firm Sony has unveiled this limited edition music player to mark the icon device?s 40th anniversary. But instead of playing cassette tapes the NW-A1000TPS Walkman is powered by Android software to play digital music files. Sony said in a statement: ?Take a trip down memory lane with the 40th anniversary edition. Not everything was better back then, so you can enjoy the best of both worlds with the heritage design of Walkman whilst having cutting edge technology at your fingertips.? It features a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear and comes with a specially designed soft case and package. It pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman - Sony?s first portable cassette player - and features a "cassette tape user interface" graphics that take inspiration from classic Walkman models. That means it appears that a tape is spinning inside. But it is actually a screensaver on the 3.6 inch display. The new device boasts 16GB of storage and will go on sale for roughly ?L400 GBP in November this year (2019). 09 Sep 2019 Pictured: The retro 40th anniversary Sony Walkman. Photo credit: SONY.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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