Sony Ericsson has announced a new Walkman phone W395 . Enjoy a full range of great music through special stereo speakers that boost your sounds or pump up the volume with the HPM-64 stereo headset with stereo widening for a great sound experience.
The affordable W395 also comes complete with dedicated control keys for managing your music, a 1GB memory card and an FM radio to keep users up to date with the latest tracks. Sony Ericsson favourite TrackID™ will help you find that elusive song, even if you’re not sure of the name, while PlayNow™ provides a full range of mobile entertainment content downloadable from your handset – from unique themes and wallpapers to specially developed ring tones.
If music is not enough and photography is more your forte use the 2.0 megapixel camera for snapping shots and share them through your blog or via Bluetooth™ to friends.
The W395 Walkman™ Pump up the volume with the following description:
* Powerful built-in stereo speakers with high quality bass
* Stereo headset to turn your phone into a dedicated music player – be your own DJ
* True music machine with Walkman™ music player, TrackID™ and PlayNow™
* TrackID™ - find the tracks you love easily * PlayNow™ - download a full range of mobile entertainment
* Crystal clear 2.0” display – view your photos in all their glory
* Motion gaming support.
Since Oakley can't be the only company controlling the fashionable Bluetooth sunglasses market, TriSpecs has unveiled its own technetronic eyewear compatible with Bluetooth-equipped phones and PMPs. The eponymous shades sport two uni-directional mics, one touch dialing, and retractable stereo earbuds that hang at the tip of the temples when not in use. They're expected to hit retail sometime this month for just under $200 and come in black, white, and metallic options. Attractive model companion is, as always, not included.
Ah, technology. Is there anything you can’t make less lame? Even your basic park bench just got interesting thanks to German Designer Michael Schoner of NL Arcitechts, who recently unveiled the “Boombench” at Amsterdam’s annual ExperimentaDesign show.
The music-for-your-ass bench is packed with a 500-watt speaker, eight 60 watt co-axial speakers, and two subwoofers. It’s compatible with any wireless Bluetooth device, including cell phones, so be careful next time you’re secretly bumping the Miley Cyrus album while walking through the park. There’s no production plans for the bench yet, so watch the video below to see some corny kids testing it out…