Sony Launch WF-1000XM4
The WF-1000XM4, truly wireless headphones take industry-leading noise canceling and audio quality to the next level. Made to fit every ear, they offer a personalized experience that adjusts to every situation.
The 1000XM4s look nothing like their predecessors. Sony has moved away from the pill shape to a more subtle, all-matte style. And the earbuds are noticeably smaller. Sony told me it’s just a 10% downsizing, but it feels like more due to the sleeker overall design. There’s a big round area to touch controls, and the flashiest thing about these earbuds is the small, accented circular microphone inlet.
Sony has shrunk down the carrying case even more; it’s 40 percent smaller than the bulky case that came with the 1000XM3s. The case has a USB-C port and supports wireless charging, and the earbuds magnetically latch into the case strongly and should stay seated unless you fumble the whole thing to the ground.
Once we power them on, the 1000XM4 will outlast all of their main noise-canceling competitors on a single charge. The earbuds can run up to eight hours of continuous playback with NC enabled, this is the most impressive jump from the five hours of that AirPods Pro, Galaxy buds Pro, and QuietComfort Earbuds. The Charging case can juice the earbuds two times, so we can expect it to be a very good playing time of around at least 24 hours or 36 hours, with or without it wherever we are.
Sony’s latest WF-1000XM4 is more comfortable, and easier to carry anywhere, it’s easy to adjust the controls and your EQ settings, rivaling the best headphones of this time.
The Sony WF-1000XM4 is currently on sale, priced at $279.99, while if you consider of outgoing WF-1000XM3 started life at a nominal $230 in back 2019, with the last dew pairs which are currently available for only $170.
The WF-1000XM4, in competition, is comparatively much more favorable with alternative designs from the likes of Bose, Grado, and Sennheiser.
The controls are available via 3 big voice assistants: Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa – which can be summoned via their established ‘wake’ words. No matter your assistant of choice, the WF-1000XM4 proves sharp-eared and alert to instructions, even in an unpromisingly noisy environment.
Sony launch NW-A105 Walkman
Sony NW-A105 Walkman was launched in mid-May. The walkman priced Rs 23,990. With some new moves, Sony India refreshed its iconic Walkman series in the country and said it intends to take people on a trip down memory lane alongside innovation and commitment to offer a best-in-class audio experience.
The NW-A105 Walkman comes with 16GB of built-in storage, which can further be expanded via a microSD card (up to 128GB). The NW-A105 also features a USB Type-C port for easy and fast charging, while other audio connectivity options include Bluetooth and a 3.5mm headphone jack, apart from the USB Type-C port itself.
The Sony NW-A105 Walkman will be available starting January 24 in black color. A 10-band equalizer is also available to users, to adjust the sound output.
The most wonderful experience of having this tiny device that fits into your hands and is dedicated to music. Even people started reading e-books on the device which felt like something new. People also loved carrying the Walkman during my daily run, cycling, and workout sessions.
The main problem with this Walkman is a sheer habit, you’d be inclined to use Spotify, Google Music, or even Youtube to listen to music, but the quality of audio from these apps is limited to 16-bit on the devices. To make the most of the Walkman, you’d have to, first of all, save the songs in the music player and that’s the main thing that this generation isn’t used to anymore.
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