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Sony NWZ-S718F
5.6 out of 10

Sony NWZ-S718F

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9.0

Sony Walkman NWZ-S718F Review

LAPTOP Magazine
29 May 2008
  • Summary: This is primarily a music player, and as such, it's the best-sounding flash-based model we've heard. It trumps the mighty iPod nano in sound quality, features, and battery life. Also, it works with both Macs and PCs via drag-and-drop and has useful extras, including an FM tuner, noise cancellation,...
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Walkman NWZ-S718F

PC Magazine
24 January 2008
  • Conclusion: The NWZ-S718F offers fairly effective built-in noise reduction, and although the user interface is a bit drab and file support could be improved, it's a better-than-average PMP.
  • Pros: Compact design. Screen is sharp and bright. Excellent sound quality. Built-in noise cancellation. Customizable EQ. Earphones are better than the bundled earbuds of most players.
  • Cons: User interface is dull. Cluttered with buttons. Mediocre video file support. Noise reduction works only with the included earphones.
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: Sony NWZ-S718FBNC

Wired
30 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Photos and words just don’t do the NWZ justice. When its screen is on and the included noise-canceling headphones are in your ears, you’re transported to a world where jet engines and screaming babies don’t exist. Plus, the volume can be cranked up to nearly painful levels.
  • Pros: Mind-bending battery life will keep you entranced from San Francisco to Hokkaido. Additional noise-canceling circuitry in the player itself improves audio even more.
  • Cons: Models max out at a wimpy 8 gigs. Screen is tiny (just 1.8 inches), so invest in some specs.
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