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Good sound quality, Pen drive form factor, 3 minutes quick charge, 3line LCD screen, FM Radio with recording
Small form factor, built-in USB connection, easy UI navigation, voice recorder, good audio quality, good battery life, inexpensive
Unintuitive navigation wheel, Loose USB cap, Plays only MP3 and WMA
No built-in clip to attach to clothes, no AAC format support, bass mode reduces battery life significantly, slow data transfer speeds, not much different than last year's model, rotating dial complicates navigation, USB cap feels a bit loose
By Good Gear Guide on August 13, 2010
The Sony Walkman NWZ-B153 is a good option for users looking for a compact, sturdy and easy-to-carry MP3 player. Its impressive battery life and good overall sound quality makes for a balanced...
By CNET Australia on July 30, 2010
Sony's offering scores for being practical and is a worthy consideration if you're looking for a simple...
By PCWorld India on July 29, 2010
Priced at Rs 3,990, the Sony NWZ-B153F is a good option for users looking for a compact, sturdy and easy to carry MP3 player. Its impressive battery life and good overall sound quality makes for a balanced product which is only second to the Cowon...
By TechTree on July 12, 2010
Last year we reviewed . We liked its small form factor, the built-in USB design, good audio quality and excellent battery life that's common to all the Sony Walkman players. This year Sony has taken that model and replaced the push button...
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