Sony raised a few eyebrows when it announced a video Walkman last week, but in the fuss we missed another new media player bearing the Walkman name. The NW-E010 series of flash-based audio players look like a cross between the PS3 and your garden-variety USB thumb drive, packing 1 to 2 GB, a color OLED display and an FM tuner. The NW-E010 supports MP3, unprotected WMA, unprotected AAC and of course Sony's proprietary ATRAC. Like earlier flash drives, it also has a quick-charge function, so if you're in a hurry you can pop it into your USB port for three minutes and get three hours of juice.
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