Conclusion: The NWZ-X1060 is a decent return to form for the Sony Walkman, although overall, doesn’t quite match the all-powerful iPod Touch for all-round features and usability. Having said that, the X1060 really trounces the Apple device in terms of sound quality – in fact, it trounces pretty much any digital audio player I have heard to date.
Excerpt: A little smaller than a HTC Touch Diamond, the Sony NWZ-X1060 looks like a phone but not a phone. It is a MP3/MP4 player (as well as WMA, WMV, AVC, pictures JPG) with touch screen OLED 3''to 262,000 colors, 432x240 resolution. The dimensions are 52.5 x97, 4x10, 5, so: yes, it is smaller than an iPod touch (although a little more often). The color of the body is a gray / black, ie, between fantasy and granite crocodile skin (look at the picture to understand).
Summary: Where there is music, you know there is a Sony. Music and Sony go handsomely hand in hand. This Japanese multinational giant has carved a niche for itself in the electronic market worldwide. Their gadgets are reputed for their work of art technology bringing out the best in the world of music. The Sony NWZ-X1060 32GB MP4 Player comes with many a feather in its cap.
Excerpt: Sony 's latest Walkman sees the company entering the world of truly multifunctional portables. At its heart an MP3 player, an OLED screen complete with touchscreen functionality for wireless internet browsing, plus video playback, noise-cancelling earphones and an FM radio, point towards a serious challenger for the multimedia portable crown.
Excerpt: The last time I played with a Sony personal media player, it was a horrible experience – the interface was a work of the devil designed to stop you from using the thing in any constructive way. Thankfully, times have changed, and the brand's NWZ-X1060 is a good deal more accommodating.
Summary: The Sony Walkman NWZ-X1060 packs some excellent features, such as a vivid OLED screen, effective on-board noise-cancelling technology and truly great audio quality. But it's pricy, the small screen makes for awkward Web browsing and video playback, and, overall, it's not as slick, easy to use or as feature-packed as the iPod touch
Pros: Good screen, Excellent sound quality, Effective on-board noise-cancelling technology
Cons: Expensive, Slightly awkward design, Limited range of features compared to the iPod touch
Conclusion: Con dimensioni pari a quelle di un cellulare, non si può dire che il Sony NZW-X1060 sia uno dei lettori multimediali più piccoli in circolazione, soprattutto se paragonati a quelli Apple, ma di sicuro è uno dei migliori per funzionalità e qualità. Supporto file audio e video nonché file di immagine, inoltre dispone di radio FM e tecnologia wireless. Tante sono, poi, le tecnologie utilizzate per assicurare la qualità audio.
Pros: Radio; Supporto audio, video e immagini; Schermo OLED; Tecnologia audio avanzate; Soppressione del rumore; Ricarica tramite USB