New Sony Ericsson phone rips straight from CD player

Sony's latest Ericsson phone, the Sony Ericsson Premier 3 Walkman, is a rather unique phone, in that it can be plugged into CD players and can copy music played onto the phone. In order to record music, simply plug in a 3.5mm plug from the phone's remote into the CD player and you're good to go.

The phone has a 3" 480×854 pixel display, 3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, GPS, Infrared, but questionably, Sony chose to include a mere 50mb memory. The phone does have a Micro SD card slot, but this can only support up to 2gb cards. On the plus side, the phone has Sony's 'clear audio technology' which improves audio quality, and a dedicated music playback control for handy listening.

The phone retails in Japan for 40,000 Yen, or $450, and will be available in white, pink or gold.

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sure, can't you see "this post was made by 15 years old mini disc" message!?
there must be something wrong with your device if you can't :P ... lol

Great...this will be useful generic bland music from the in flight entertainment system when I am bored out of my mind on a 10 hour flight.

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