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[Ross Miller (The Verge):] Source: LYBIO.net
This is Ross Miller with the Verge and this is Sony’s brand new flagship Walkman ZX2. This is not a multi-purpose device. This is very much to slightly so and audio first, arguably an audio only device. You can get Google apps. I mean there is a browser. There is a Google Play Store. But this is running Android 4.2 and everything, Sony has done with the device is decisively meant for audio experience. There is every coding you can imagine including loss-less files, flag, this is supported.
So how does it sound? Well, it’s kind of hard to say and see it show far, but so far, what little we listened to it sounds really, really good. Now, as you can see here you’ve got quite a bit of custom options through equalizer. You can really make it sound the way you want for its got a clear base. Base is the big thing Sony played up in the press conference, which has a 128 gigs of internal memory and has a micro SD slot here as you can see.
Talking about the hardware for a second. As we saw earlier, it’s got this iconic gold tinted headphone jack. The whole device is really chunky. I mean it’s heavy, it’s sturdy, I would say solid. And at least for my hand, the playback controls fit perfectly on my fingers. So it fits well, it feels great. The big contributing factor on this however is the price. The Walkman ZX2 like to the ZX1 is expensive. ZX1 is still over $600 to $800, if you try to get it. This model when it comes out next month, it’s actually $1,200. For more on, really expensive gadgets and devices, check out the Verges YouTube page, youtube.come/theverge.
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