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This article is about a MP3 player model in Sony Walkman product line. For information about the generic item, see Walkman. This article is written like an advertisement. Please help rewrite this article from a neutral point of view. For blatant advertising that would require a fundamental rewrite to become encyclopedic, use {{db-spam}} to mark for speedy deletion. (August 2010) Sony Walkman X Series Manufacturer Sony Corporation Type Portable Media Player Operating system Sony Proprietary OS Power Li-Ion Battery non user replaceable Storage capacity 16 GB (NWZ-X1051) 32 GB (NWZ-X1061) Display 3" OLED Touch Screen 432x240 262,144 Colors Connectivity WM-PORT USB 2.0 Compliant Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g) Dimensions 2.13 x 3.87 x 0.38 inches Weight 3.5 oz. Predecessor Sony Walkman A Series Successor TBA Related articles Walkman The Walkman X series is a portable music player designed by Sony Inc. It is the flagship model in the Walkman digital player family as of 2009. The model first debuted in Japan in April 2009, and then became available in North America, Europe, China and other places. The X series is available in 16 GB and 32 GB versions (USA model:NWZ-X1051 and NWZ-X1061). A limited version of Walkman X series was released in Japan only with slightly different design and higher price. Walkman X series is the first Sony flash memory based Walkman that features OLED display, touch screen and S-Master digital amplifier technologies. Contents 1 Design 2 Control and Navigation 3 Sound Quality 4 Internet Browser 5 Specifications 6 References // Design The design features a glass front screen cover (as opposed to the more usual plastic). The side has a granite-like texture supposedly to improve grip. It measures 3.8 inches by 2.1 inches by 0.4 inch and weighs 98g[1]. Although primarily designed for touch screen operation, it has play/pause and track shuttle buttons on the top side, and a volume rocker on the right edge. The bottom contains the proprietory WM-Port-to-usb connector and the hold switch is on the back. Control and Navigation The player uses a tilted scrolling effect for video and album art. The user navigates through the items stored on the Walkman by sliding the fingers over the screen and tapping to select an item. The separate buttons for volume, play and track navigation allow use in a pocket or by the visually impaired. The main functions are laid out as icons on the main screen. 'Music Menu' lists songs, artists, albums and genres. A soft key that at the bottom of all music screens allows selection of various sub-menus, including a folder browser option.[2]. Sound Quality Walkman X1050 paired with ex700 and A815 Sony claims that the audio and video quality of the X series is the best ever in the history of Walkman models.[3]. It has an S-Master amplifier which is a form of Switching amplifier (also known as Class D). It also features some proprietory Sony technologies including DSEE (to predict and restore high frequencies lost during audio compression), Clear Bass (to enhance bass levels while minimizing distortion at high volume) and Clear Stereo (to provide improved channel separation with open type headphones).[4] There is also a built in ambient-noise cancelling feature which cancels noise picked up from small microphones on the outside of the supplied earphones. These technologies are forms of Digital Signal Processing. Internet Browser The Walkman X player is the first Sony Walkman to have an internet browser; the only other Sony portable device with a internet browser is the Sony PSP. The device also supports flash video such as Youtube. The browser is based on NetFront. The user can search on the web for a song in the player with YouTube or Yahoo! search. Specifications 3.0 inch OLED screen, 432x240 pixels resolution, 262.000 colors. Battery life: up to 33 hours on music playback or 9 hours on video playback. Battery fully charged in three hours. FM Radio. Wi-Fi 802.11 b, g. Music files: MP3, WMA, AAC up to 320kbps, and VBR files. Video files: H.264, MPEG-4 (.mp4) Image files: JPEG. Sound systems: Mega Bass, DSEE, Noice Cancelling System, Clear Stereo. Features: Web browser, Related section, wallpaper customization, RSS reader, Podcasts support, Noice Cancelling system. Capacity: 16 or 32GB flash memory. Design and colors: Granite imitation pattern in black and silver (buttons and details) References ^ Review from Blogspot ^ Review by CNET ^ Walkman X on Sony Japan promotion ^ [1] v • d • e Sony Corporation Primary businesses Sony Corporation (electronics & holding of the Sony group) · Sony Music Entertainment (music) · Sony Pictures Entertainment (motion pictures and television) · Sony Computer Entertainment (game) · Sony Financial Holdings (financial services; 60%) Technologies and brands α · Betacam · Blu-ray · BRAVIA · CD · Cyber-shot · Dash · DAT · Dream Machine · DVD · Handycam · HDCAM/HDCAM-SR · LocationFree · Memory Stick · MiniDisc · MiniDV · mylo · PlayStation · PSP · Reader · S/PDIF · SDDS · SXRD · UMD · VAIO · Video8/Hi8/Digital8 · Walkman · Walkman Phones · XDCAM · Xplōd Historical products AIBO · CV-2000 · Betamax · Sony CLIÉ · Discman · JumboTron · Lissa · Mavica · NEWS · Qualia · Rolly · SRS-17 · TR-55 · Trinitron · U-matic · Watchman · WEGA Electronics Sony Corporation · Sony EMCS · Sony Electronics (subsidiary in the US) · Sony Creative Software · Sony Ericsson (50%) · S-LCD (50% minus 1 share) · Sony Mobile Display · Sony Optiarc · Sharp Display Products (7%) · Aiwa Music Sony Music Entertainment · Sony/ATV Music Publishing (50%) · Columbia/Epic Label Group · RCA/Jive Label Group · Sony Music Nashville · Sony Masterworks · Legacy Recordings  · Syco Music  · Columbia Records UK  · RCA Label Group (UK)  · Provident Label Group  · RED Distribution  · Sony Music Japan  · Sony Music Latin  · Gracenote Motion pictures and television Sony Pictures Entertainment · Columbia Pictures · Sony Pictures Classics · Screen Gems · TriStar Pictures · Triumph Films · Destination Films · Stage 6 Films · Affirm Films · Sony Pictures Television · Adelaide Productions · Culver Entertainment · Embassy Row · The Minisode Network · Sony Pictures Television International · 2waytraffic · Sony Pictures Home Entertainment · Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group · Sony Wonder · Sony Pictures Family Entertainment Group · Sony Pictures Digital · (Sony Pictures Imageworks · Sony Pictures Animation) · Syco TV  · Syco Film  · Sony Pictures Mobile · Sony Pictures Studios · Crackle · Aniplex · A-1 Pictures U.S. networks GSN (50% joint venture with DirecTV) · FEARnet HD (joint venture with Comcast and Lionsgate)  · Sony Movie Channel International networks Sony Entertainment Television (Asia, South East Asia, India, Latin America, South Africa, Portugal, Russia and Spain) · AXN · AXN Asia · AXN Crime · AXN Beyond · AXN Mystery · AXN Sci-Fi · Sony Aath · Multi Screen Media · Animax · Animax Asia · Animax India · Animax Korea · Animax Eastern Europe · SET One · SET Max · SET PIX · SAB TV Video games Sony Computer Entertainment · Sony Online Entertainment · Cellius (51%) · Square Enix (8.25%) Financial services Sony Financial Holdings · Sony Life Insurance · Sony Assurance · Sony Bank · Sony Bank Securities Other businesses So-net Entertainment · Sony Broadcast & Professional Research Laboratories  · Qriocity Other assets Sony Corporation of America (umbrella company in the US) · Other subsidiaries Joint ventures Sony Ericsson · Sony/ATV · S-LCD · FeliCa Networks · Vevo · Cellius (49%) · Sharp Display Products (34% by April 2011) Key personnel Kazuo Hirai · Masaru Ibuka · Nobuyuki Idei · Yasuo Kuroki · Ken Kutaragi · Michael Lynton · Akio Morita · Norio Ohga · Amy Pascal · Howard Stringer