Sony has unveiled a new version of its iconic Walkman -- but don't dust off the old CDs just yet.
The refreshed Walkman NW-ZX507 is a hi-res touchscreen digital music player, capable of streaming music over Wi-Fi using an Android app or storing downloaded music through a microSD slot and USB port. Unveiled yesterday (Sept. 5) at Berlin tech show IFA 2019, the 64 GB model is equipped with 20 hours of battery life and a 3.6-inch HD screen.
The device will be available in Europe from November 2019 for €830, or roughly $917, about the price of a new iPhone. It also supports MQA, or Master Quality Authenticated audio for streaming services like Tidal.