Sony NWZ-X1051

  • Sony NWZ-X1051
72
Based on 5 scores, 7 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Gorgeous OLED touchscreen.
  • Exceptional styling.
  • Feels good in the hand.

Cons:

  • Integrated browser is shoddy with a hastily assembled feel.
  • No App store.

Expert reviews and ratings

By G4tv.com on 60

Video Review: The classic walkman is back! This time, Sony brings you the X Series Mp3 player. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review the digital media player with its Wi-Fi connectivity, 3" OLED touch screen and 33 hour battery life. Find out if this...

By Big Picture Big Sound on -

Theres an undeniable refinement to the X Series Walkman, from the obvious build quality the first time we hold it on down to the many precise settings at our disposal. The FM and internet radio options are more than welcome, YouTube and the internet...

By Wired on 70

College is the perfect time to experiment with strange new things. Why not start with a portable media player that isnt made by Apple?On the surface, the most unsexily monikered NWZ-X1051 is everything wed expect from Sonys next-gen Walkman. It...

By LaptopMag on 70

Sony's latest Walkman sports a dazzling OLED touchscreen and built-in noise cancellation, but its browser is half...

By Gizmodo on -

The Sony Walkman X-series is Sony's premium flash-based portable media player, packing Wi-Fi, noise-cancellation, a redesigned UI and a gorgeous OLED touchscreen. But can it compete with the reigning champ, the iPod Touch? In a word, no. That's...

By PC Mag on 80

The typical Walkman strengths—ease-of-use, great sound, and high-quality noise cancellation—now come with a touch screen, Wi-Fi, and free...

By 5FWD on 80

Sony's ahead of the curve with the OLED screen and digital noise cancelling on the X-Series Walkman - you can bet others will follow shortly. If you're about sound and picture quality in your PMP and nothing more, this is poifect. But the Wi-Fi...