Sony makes a new move on its new Z series walkman, Z1000, by bringing Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform into. So, this new walkman is not only capable for singing but also crawling the net, having an access to Android Market with other popular Google apps such Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and more with an easy touch operation on a 4.3-inch 800 x 460 TFT LCD.
Like other new Sony’s walkmans, Sony Z1000 comes with the S-Master MX digital amplifier. It’s showing you that this new model is still a walkman-like from Sony, right? Surely, it will deliver a great experience in hearing sound of your music like other Sony’s walkmans or even more.
In addition, the gadget sports 1 GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 512 RAM, HDMI, USB, WiFI, Bluetooth, DLNA, a built-in GPS, FM radio, and so on. Unfortunately, there’s no camera on it. Hmm, it’s better for having it, right?
Anyway, the Z1000 walkman is going to hit market in three models, Z1070 (64GB), Z1060 (32GB), Z1050 (16GB). And they will hit Japanese market on December 10 2011 in two colors: red and blue, in MSRP $560 (Z1070), $430 (Z1060), and $365 (Z1050). If you are a white-holic, Sony also will release the white version of Z1070 walkman in February 2012. Did you see it at IFA 2011? [Dandy Gadget Source]