Two new models the NWZ-B173F/B and NWZ-B172F/B now joins the B Series Sony Walkman MP3 player family. These MP3 players come with detachable clip, new trendy design and can be quickly charged. Add to this the powerful bass sound quality is simply mesmerizing.

Music lovers this is a perfect entertainment device that can be your starting from Rs. 2,490. Apart from the excellent sound quality and unique stylish design the Sony B Series MP3 players come with li-ion battery that can last for almost up to 18 hours on a single charge.

Thanks to the superfast charging technology, just plugin in and charge for about 3 minutes and you can enjoy nonstop music for almost 90 minutes. Here are the list of Sony MP3 players (B Series) with features and latest price.

Sony B-Series MP3 Player price in India
Sony B-Series MP3 Player

Sony NWZ-B173F/B

This player comes with 4 GB capacity and with ZAPPIN function that helps find song easily and is a completely new way of listing to music. There is a USB port for transferring content.
MRP Rs. 3,990

Sony NWZ-B172F/B

This one comes with 2 GB capacity and with the ZAPPIN function along with USB port for connecting with PC / Laptop and managing content.
MRP Rs. 2,990

Sony NWZ-B163F/R

This Sony MP3 player comes with dedicated BASS button for enhanced BASS output. The storage capacity is 4 GB. On a single change this player can last for about 18 hours.
MRP Rs. 3,590

Sony NWZ-B162F/R

An MP3 player with BASS button, 2 GB space and good battery life. The battery can be quickly charged.
MPR Rs. 2,490

Sony NWZ-B153F/N

This one sports a dedicated BASS button with the new ZAPPIN function. The storage capacity is 4 GB.
MRP Rs. 3,590

Sony NWZ-B152F/P

This model also come with BASS and ZAP button for enhanced performance and easy search. The storage capacity is 2 GB and the quick chargeable battery will give a usage time of about 90 minutes with just 3 minutes charge.
MRP Rs. 2,490

You can buy these products from any SONY retail or from Electronic malls in India.

By Rajeev Rana

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