Silicon Pop Culture got their hands on Sony's shiny new 1GB NW-E507 flash-based digital audio player (part of their
Network Walkman line, natch), also one of the company's first MP3-friendly devices. Though you can't see it in this
pic, the NW-E507 sports one of those slick
OLED screens, giving it a leg up over one of
its main competitors, the iPod
Shuffle, but at $200 the classic Sony cost premium is still in effect. The biggest problems Silicon Pop Culture
found with the unit was the transfer speed and the included SonicStage software (as usual), although they didn't even
try out the included headphones, so who knows how they compare to anyone else's.