Excerpt: The Sony Walkman branding has, in my opinion, stood for music quality for a very long time now. While I haven’t really got too many complaints about the audio quality of the mobile handsets that bear that name or the PMPs/DAPs, sometimes the product as a whole fails to impress. One of the latest PMPs to hit the Indian shelves is the NWZ-E436F Walkman player and here’s how it fares.
Summary: Sony incorporated as Tokyo Telecommunication Engineering Company during 1946. The company on the record renamed itself to Sony during 1958 and the first Sony product was pocket transistor radio which sparks off the technology industry and its continuous launch of new models pursued new point of reference in this industry of technology. Today Sony stands to be an undisputed leader with its signature in wide range of business and entertainment products.
Summary: A fairly impressive portable media player, the Sony Walkman NWZ-E436F doesn't do anything incredible and it has a few niggling issues but its combination of good quality video playback and intuitive interface make it a viable choice.
Pros: Intuitive menu, slim design, good LCD screen
Cons: Cannot record from radio, can't make playlists on the unit itself, no voice recorder
Excerpt: Il Sony NWZ-E436F è un elegante e moderno lettore mp3 che appartiene alla serie E e si caratterizza per funzionalità avanzate e un’estrema facilità d’uso. Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti spiccano la possibilità di riprodurre file musicali, nei formati mp3, AAC, WMA, file video, nei formati MPEG-4 e AVC, e file di immagini nel formato JPEG, presentandosi, quindi, come un lettore completo e non come un semplice lettore musicale.
Pros: Visualizzatore foto e video, Vari formati audio, Radio fm, Duarata batteria