Solid device with a sleek, utilitarian design.
Unique, engaging interface.
It's compatible with both Mac and Windows.
Supports podcasts from iTunes and videos from Amazon Unbox.
It offers a plethora of features.
OLED display looks brilliant.
Good sound quality.
Noise cancelling mode.
Physical buttons for main functions.
It's a fingerprint magnet.
The included app does not transcode much video adequately.
Noise cancelling works only with supplied in-ear headphones.
Internet browser is slow.
Text input can get cumbersome with phone-style entry.
Album art browsing is useful only if your music collection contains album art.
By TechRadar on August 23, 2009
The last time I played with a Sony personal media player, it was a horrible experience – the interface was a work of the devil designed to stop you from using the thing in any constructive way. Thankfully, times have changed, and the brands...80
By TechNewsWorld on August 08, 2009
Sonys new X Series Walkman is strong on hardware. Its OLED touchscreen looks and feels great, and music sound quality is top-notch. However, its software leaves something to be desired, especially in terms of its frustrating Web browser and the...-
By cnet on July 07, 2009
The X-Series is a superb choice for audiophiles who want a luxury device with an excellent touch-screen interface and plenty of other bells and...87
By Trusted Reviews on June 14, 2009
At last we have our hands on it: Sonys mighty flagship touch-screen Walkman, the one that was going to push Apples iPod touch around in the playground then leave assorted other players crying for their mummies. Its fair to say that few...80
By CNET Asia on June 08, 2009
Sonys new offering has a brilliant display, good sound quality and an immense feature set. Whats not to...75
By CNET UK on June 01, 2009
The Sony Walkman NWZ-X1060 packs some excellent features, such as a vivid OLED screen, effective on-board noise-cancelling technology and truly great audio quality. But it's pricy, the small screen makes for awkward Web browsing and video playback,...70
By Whathifi.com on May 12, 2009
's latest Walkman sees the company entering the world of truly multifunctional portables. At its heart an MP3 player, an OLED screen complete with touchscreen functionality for wireless internet browsing, plus video playback, noise-cancelling...80
By Gizmodo on January 01, 2006
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 Les Numériques on July 20, 2009
Un très bon PMP de Sony, pas forcément le meilleur existant, mais il intègre une fonction de Noise Cancelling qui pourra intéresser un grand nombre...80
By TecnoZoom on June 12, 2009
Con dimensioni pari a quelle di un cellulare, non si può dire che il Sony NZW-X1060 sia uno dei lettori multimediali più piccoli in circolazione, soprattutto se paragonati a quelli Apple, ma di sicuro è uno dei migliori per...80