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Sony NWZ-E363/364 Leaked

Well what do we have here?  Looks new doesn't it?  Well it is, it's the update to the E-Series, the NWZ-E360.  At first glance little has changed, the screen seems to remain the same 2" QVGA (320 x 240) as from the previous E.  Capacities will be 4 GB (E363) and 8 (E364) with a 30 hour rated battery life.  Clear audio technologies, along with FM tuner, alarm and timer are included.  Like the previous E350, the NWZ-E360 also makes use of a USB connection rather than the WM-Port.  Only colour available seems to be black.  No information when this will debut, but it shouldn't be long now.  More images after the break.

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 Original leak was via the Sony Latvia webpage with Google Cache as the source for the 2 images below.  I'm not sure if other colours will be available but it safe to assume that there should be.  If this E-Series will follow the trend of the previous model, then a WM-Port version of the new E might also launch, more likely taking the name NWZ-E460, with capacities up to 16GB.

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  1. Odds of this launching with 16gb in US?

  2. ...or higher capacity? I have a 16GB at the moment and am seriously pushing the limits of my capacity. With a bunch of new albums coming down the pipeline, I know I will want to carry them with me. I love my Walkman and want more storage. What's the deal with 16GB being the current cap?? Goodness grief...

  3. Considering the previous E350 launched in the US, I can see this being available in the US as well, as for higher than 16GB capacity, I wouldn't count on it.

  4. Although it's great that Sony seems to still have some sort of interest in the old Walkman, I really would like to see something more than the minor cosmetic changes that are rolled out each year. For example, it would be nice to have a Walkman that could take advantage of the Qriocity Music Unlimited service.

    Thanks, though, for the update. Cheers!

  5. Hoped for a new Sony Walkman X Series...disappionting.


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